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Posted: Friday, June 13, 2014 10:05 am | Updated: 11:36 pm, Sun Jun 15, 2014.

Those looking for extra work should get to know local casting director Robert Baxter. Earlier this week, he called for 50-plus extras for Longmire, and now he’s in need of more for WGN America’s upcoming series, Manhattan, a series which focuses on the creation of the atomic bomb in Los Alamos. 

According to a casting notice on Projectcasting.com, Baxter is searching for a young couple that is 18 or older but looks younger, a “traditional Native American male kid,” and young women between 20-40. If you’re interested, you better send a photo of yourself along with contact info to robertbaxtercasting@gmail.com or enchantedcastingnm@gmail.com  soon because the shoot is on June 16.

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