NBC’s “Gone” Casting Talent to Play Agents

Casting Directors are looking for actors to play FBI agents in the upcoming NBC show called Gone.  They are specifically looking for men and women in their 20′ to 40’s, to work on scenes filming on June 14th. This upcoming NBC show is created by Matt Lopez, known for his work on Race to Witch Mountain.


The procedural drama called Gone is about a woman named, Kit “Kick” Lannigan, survivor of a famous child abduction case and Frank Booth (Noth), the F.B.I. agent who rescued her.  Together they team up years up after the incident to take down the perpetrators after the case was closed.  The 12-episode series is one of the first to have this kind of deal with multiple international networks.  A premiere date for Gone has not yet been set, but NBC will distribute the series in the United States while simultaneously broadcasting it in Germany and France.


Where: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

When: June 14th

What: FBI Agents

The television, modeling, and acting word is not easy to crack into, but once you get your foot in the door you will have your chance to make good impressions on the people with connections.This is a great opportunity for you to land a job on a premier network.  The show is bound to be another great series in the NBC catalog of successful shows.  Don’t miss this open chance to start your acting career. Apply as soon as possible to take advantage of this awesome chance at stardom.

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