CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The cast and crew of Homeland have set up shop in Charlotte's Elizabeth neighborhood.
Filming took place near 8th Street and Pecan Avenue near Independence Park, while the production had trucks set up across town at Freedom Park.
What's more, Homeland producers are in need of a few extras!
First up, the production is looking to cast experienced duck hunters who look like an upscale senator/political type -- just think perhaps the likes of a Dick Cheney-type.
The ideal candidate for the hunter role would be those in their 40s or 50s who are able to shoot a gun. Owning your own hunting gear is a plus! The hunter would need to be available for filming on Friday within an hour of the city.
Next, casting crews need two male guards for filming on Wednesday, July 17. However, there are size requirements! Candidates must fit uniform sizes: Shirt 16 - 16.5 neck; 34-35 sleeve | Pants 32x32 | Shoes sizes 11 or 12.
Only those true to size, or slightly smaller (perhaps with a 30 or 31-inch inseam) need apply.
If you're interested in either of these roles, submit your current photo, name, age, phone, city, state, height, weight, clothing sizes, and your level of hunting experience (if applicable) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to use either keyword, HUNTER or GUARD , respectively in your email subject line.