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The Walking Dead

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Extras Casting Call – The Walking Dead on AMC

Do you want to get madeup to look like a zombie and be an extra in AMC’s hit show The Walking Dead? If so, you may have a shot. The Walking Dead uses numerous extras to portray the zombies in the series and when the show is shooting, casting calls for extras go out in the Atlanta area where the series is shot.

The show is about to begin filming for the 2014 / 2015 season in Atlanta and may give those that want to be on the show a shot at it. Casting calls should begin next month and the show makes the people who are cast to be a walker attend a zombie school where they will learn how to walk and growl like a walker. People who have been cast on the series say being a zombie walker may not be as easy as it looks after applying all the heavy makeup.

So stay tuned for updates because casting for walkers and maybe even survivors will begin very soon.

About the show:

The Walking Dead just returned for a new season. The Dawn of the Dead type series is set in the United States after a infection killed off most of the population and then brought them back to life. The dead are walking a

Walking Dead – AMC Casting Call

round and trying to feed on the remaining humans and animals left alive. Society as everyone knew it is gone… no more TV, no more electricity, no more running water, no more department stores, and no more internet. The Walking Dead is the story of survival of one small group of people as they go about trying to get through life one day at a time.

The story begins with Rick, ex cop, waking up from a coma only to find the devastation outside and the blood thirsty zombies.

Rick meets other survivors and they keep moving trying to find safety. Rick looks for his family and miraculously finds them well and alive. The group now battles zombies and attempts to get the zombies before the zombies get them. They find guns and ammo along with other weapons, cars, gas, and food along the way.

This last season saw the prison come down and the tight knit group all got separated. With only 2 episodes left, we gotta hope they all catch up to each other very soon… or maybe that is what the season finale is for?

Here is an example of another extras casting call for The Walking Dead for a previous season – Season 2 saw over 6000 people apply to be zombies on camera.


Zombie extra – can this be you?

Are you OK with really long hours in hair and makeup?

Do you want to be turned into a zombie so that you can drag your feet and lurch around on set of The Walking Dead?

The Walking Dead is looking for extras in Atlanta.

Email your resume and photo to please include a photo, your height, weight, and age.

The Walking Dead Title Card

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64 Responses to “The Walking Dead”

  1. araceli says:

    looking forward to having an opportunity to be in your cast. I’m 37 years old, thank you for your time.

  2. chyanne reed says:

    Hi my name is chyanne, I’m 12 years young, 4 ft 9, I’ve seen a all the seasons but 4. I’m still in the middle of finishing it. I am willing to be an extra or a character in the show and hope to be the next zombie or maybe if I’m lucky, a new character of The Walking Dead, thank you.

  3. Leah says:

    Hi my name is Leah and I’m 13 years of age and have watched every episode of the walking dead. I would totally love to be a part of the crew even if it wasn’t for long. I have always wanted to do something so big since I almost lost my life 6 months ago due to a car hitting me while walking. See I’m part zombie too lol. The walking dead.

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