The Portland-filmed NBC hit show “Grimm” has started production again and thousands of extras will be needed from now through next spring, casting company officials announced Friday.
The series, now in its fourth season, is about a fictional Portland homicide detective who can see monsters from Grimm’s Fairy Tales. He’s a descendant of the famed German story-telling brothers of the 19th century.
Extras Only spokeswoman Sally Gates said casting for is open to all types and all ages, but especially the following:
At the moment, she said the show is also looking for actual boxers.
Applications are only accepted online. Click here to apply (use project code: GRIMM)
No prior experience is necessary and there are no fees to apply, Gates said.
"Working as an extra can be an adventurous and exciting experience, a great way to meet new people, learn firsthand about the behind-the-scenes of show business and make extra money while doing it," Gates said.
Most extras earn minimum wage, but featured extras can earn more. Extras are guaranteed eight hours of pay for each day they work.
The rumors are true. Our cast is perfect.
Sir Stuffington has been found safe and sound.
Thank you everyone who helped spread the word
PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST AND HELP BRING STUFFY HOME
Internet sensation Sir Stuffington stolen, owner says
A one-eyed Portland cat whose Facebook page went viral has been stolen, according to his owner.
Sir Stuffington, a one-eyed kitten with a disfigured jaw became an Internet sensation after he was rescued and turned into a cute little pirate onFacebook by his new owner.
The story of his rescue and transformation went viral, getting picked up on websites including the Huffington Post and Mother Jones. His Facebook page has some 54,000 fans.
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Now the cat is all grown up and he’s been stolen, according to owner Aisley Deymonaz.
All was well enough only 20 hours ago. Sir Stuffington was headed off to bed according to his Facebook page. But Tuesday morning, Deymonaz reported that someone removed a screen from her apartment’s window and stole the cat overnight. She’s filed a police report.
Deymonaz is offering a $1,000 reward for his return.
Last year, KGW reported that Blazer Schaffer has been taking care of the Sir Stuffington. Deymonaz and Schaffer were taking care of the cat together, according to Facebook. The two recently “parted ways” according to a post.
if every one of my followers did this, we could give more than 85 meals to less-fortunate animals. for free.
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Reynolds was my HS. and I just wanna say if anyone out there is a student there and needs to talk to someone… my inbox is way open.