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NBC Casting Real Cops, Nurses and Doctors for “Chicago Fire”

"Chicago Fire” takes viewers inside the Chicago Fire Department’s Engine 51 firehouse, following the lives of the emergency responders that work around the clock to serve the city

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    Tuesdays at 10/9c on NBC. Chicago Fire takes you inside Firehouse 51, where some of the bravest firefighters in America clock into work.

    NBC is looking to cast real-life Chicago police officers, nurses and doctors to film an episode of their hit show “Chicago Fire” on Dec 19.

    "Chicago Fire” takes viewers inside the Chicago Fire Department’s Engine 51 firehouse, following the lives of the firefighters, rescue workers and paramedics that work around the clock to serve the city.

    NBC is giving real-life everyday heroes the chance for life to imitate art by playing themselves in the primetime drama, projectcasting.com reported.

    For your chance to make it to the silver screen, send in a photo wearing your uniform as well as your height, weight, age and phone number to the email addresses listed below:

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    Police Officers:

    Send submissions to season3CF@gmail.com with “Real Police 12.19” in the subject line.

    Doctors:

    Send submissions to empireseason1@gmail.com with “Real Doctor 12.19” in the subject line.

    Nurses:

    send submissions to empireseason1@gmail.com with “Real Nurse 12.18 in the subject line.

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