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‘Bosch’ seeks extras for LV shoot

Ever wanted to be in a TV show? Now’s your chance.

Extras casting director Bill Dance has worked on Vegas projects ranging from 1993’s “Indecent Proposal” — which starred Robert Redford, Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson — to 2012’s “Here Comes the Boom,” with “King of Queens’ ” Kevin James.

This week, Dance is looking for nonunion extras for a series shoot happening Thursday and Friday.

The project: the Amazon Prime series “Bosch,” based on “Lincoln Lawyer” author Michael Connolly’s books, featuring Titus Welliver as eponymous L.A. police detective Harry Bosch.

Needed for casino scenes: young, attractive, upscale men and women 21 and over — all types and ethnicities. (And if you have an upscale car, let them know; they need those too.)

The pay for nonunion extras: $66 for eight hours of work, plus overtime.

If you’re interested, email a current photo of yourself (cellphone photos preferred) with your telephone number and email address to boschextras@gmail.com.

With your submission, include your size information. (For men, that means height, weight, jacket, shirt collar, shirt sleeve, waist, inseam and shoe size stats; women should submit height, weight, dress size, bust, waist, hips and shoe size.)

For more information, check out Dance’s website at www.billdancecasting.com.

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