Ready for your close-up? OK, maybe not a close-up, but a TV role just the same.
The Amazon Prime series “Bosch,” which spent two days on location in Las Vegas its first season, will return to the Strip Sept. 14-18 — and Bill Dance, the show’s extras casting director, is looking for background players.
Because “Bosch” will be shooting in a Strip casino, extras must be 21 or older.
The show needs all types, all ethnicities and all ages, including upscale men and women; young, beautiful and attractive types; and casino types. The production also needs upscale cars.
Members of the screen actors union SAG/AFTRA will receive $157 for an eight-hour day; nonunion extras will be paid $72 for eight hours of work.
“Bosch,” based on “Lincoln Lawyer” author Michael Connelly’s books, stars Titus Welliver as eponymous L.A. police detective Harry Bosch.
But “Bosch” is hardly Dance’s first Vegas project; previous Southern Nevada credits include 1993’s “Indecent Proposal,” which starred Robert Redford, Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson.
If you’re interested in being a “Bosch” extra, email a current photo and your phone number to BoschLasVegasExtras@gmail.com.
For more information, check out Dance’s website at www.billdancecasting.com.