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You Could Get Paid $3,000 To Eat Wings In A Commercial In Toronto

If you want to make some extra cash and eat well while doing so, this Toronto casting call could be just the thing. Local agency Jigsaw Casting is looking for a few people to pig out on chicken wings for a commercial. The best part is that the chosen few will each get a $3,000 cheque for their hard work.

The agency is seeking "average guys" of all shapes and sizes who are willing to feast on a variety of BBQ meats. 

Those who are interested in applying won't need to worry about cleaning up too much for the audition. The description states that applicants "could be bald, guys with beards, construction types, dad bods or long hair, etc."

The only requirement to audition seems to be the age bracket, which Jigsaw specifies as 25 to 35 years old.

If you're looking to apply, you'll have to act fast because the deadline for submission is Tuesday, February 25. If selected, you'll be required to audition on Wednesday, February 26, 2020.

Yes, you'll have to prove you're the right type of wing eater for the job, so you may want to get in a practice feast or two before your audition.

As if being paid to eat wasn't good enough, those selected will walk away with $3,000 for a day's work.

The shoot dates for the project are on March 4, 5, or 6 but you'll only be required to work one of these days. Applicants should make sure to be available for any of these dates before applying.

Earlier this month, Mann's Casting offered Torontonians over $6,000 to do laundry on camera. Even without acting experience, there are lots of opportunities to see your face on the big screen.

If you think you have what it takes to eat wings in front of lights and cameras, you can submit your application here.

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