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Casting for 'Longmire' in New Mexico

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Posted: Friday, March 21, 2014 2:19 pm

Attention all actors, actresses and paramedics. Western drama Longmire is looking for extras here in New Mexico. One Headlight Ink is looking for women for a Girls Ranch scene, men to play deputy sheriffs and two real paramedics to play roles in the third season of the hit show.

They are also looking for man who speaks fluent Russian for a future role, so if you're bilingual, maybe you'll get a chance to play a hero alongside Robert Taylor and Lou Diamond Phillips.

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