'Fault in Our Stars' seeks extras who have been touched by cancer
The feature film “The Fault in Our Stars,” which begins shooting in Pittsburgh this fall, is looking for teens and young adults 13 to 23 years old who have been affected by cancer to appear as extras in the film.
The movie is based on a popular young adult novel by John Green about teenagers who meet in a cancer support group. It stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort.
The roles, which are open to current and former cancer patients, are non-speaking and no experience is necessary. Those cast will be needed for approximately two to five days of filming this September. All roles are paid positions.
If interested, email Nancy Mosser Casting at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a recent snapshot and a brief description of your experience with cancer. Please include age, parent's name (for those under 18) and phone number.
Details: 412-621-1160 or mossercasting.com
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