Ontario Casting Call Will Pay You $300 To Be In A Docuseries If You Are A Celeb Look-Alike
Do you resemble someone?
Are people always telling you that you like so-and-so from that Netflix show? Or how much you resemble a particular A-list celeb? Well, now is your chance to cash in on your bone structure, friend.
An Ontario casting call is seeking several celebrity look-alikes to appear in an upcoming docuseries, so if you're twinning hard with Ken Shamrock, now is your time to shine.
Anyone looking to apply will need to be available between February 24 to 26 and February 28 to March 1, as that's when the project is slated to shoot.
It's also worth noting that you'll be required to follow a list of COVID-19 protocols.
"In accordance with production policies, all talent must be double vaccinated by two weeks prior to first day on set," an excerpt from the call states. "Talent must also not have travelled outside of the country for 2 weeks prior to filming."
The show highlights various criminal and other bleak pop-culture happenings of the decade.
As a result, the casting has released a list of somewhat obscure celebs by today's standards, but individuals who were well-known or spotlighted during the 90's, including Maury Povich, Amy Fisher, Rupert Murdoch, and John Langley.
Anyone interested in seeing the complete list of names can do so here.
Selected individuals will receive $300 per day plus $75 for the COVID-19 test.
Docuseries Casting Call
Salary: $300 per day plus $75 for the COVID-19 test.
Company: The Brunch Store
Who Should Apply: Anyone who resembles someone who was big in the '90s!