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How To Be A Movie Extra In Toronto And Work With Your Fave Celebs

Want to be an actor? Want to be in Film and Television? Want to make a few extra bucks? Toronto, or Hollywood North, as we have been dubbed, is the epicentre of the Canadian film and TV industry, and a haven for directors and movie studios to film some of their biggest budgeted TV shows and films. Just this summer alone Kristen Wiig, Neil Patrick Harris, Alec Baldwin, Christoph Waltz, Nina Dobrev, Vin Diesel, Samuel L. Jackson, Ruby Rose, Eugene Levy and Kiefer Sutherland will be in the city filming!

So how do you join the magical film and television industry you ask? Simple. We're providing you with a discount registration with one of the biggest extra agencies in Toronto! Click the link below, become a background performer and get to act in one of the many productions filming in Canada this summer!

Click Here To Become A Background Actor

Having worked in the industry for almost 10 years I can tell you that working on set is one of the most fun, exciting and interesting ways to make a buck. From the amazing costumes and the crazy sets to the people you meet and work with and the occasional celebrity sighting, being an extra in Toronto is all around the best part-time job ever.

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