WILMINGTON — The TNT series “Good Behavior” returns this month to the Port City to film its second season and casting directors are looking for extras.
Filming for the second season “Good Behavior” begins April 10, according to casting director Taylor Woodell, who also worked as casting director for the Wilmington production of Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow.”
Woodell announced last week that casting would begin this week for stand-ins, photo-doubles and extras. Woodell posted on her facebook page:
“I will be posting specific casting calls beginning next week but if you want to get a head start feel free to send a general submission e-mail to TWCasting.GBS2@gmail.com. Keep in mind all extras must be willing and able to work as local to Wilmington, NC!”
Woodell and the casting department asked any applicants to include two recent photographs – one head shot and one full body shot. Applicants are also asked to include:
- Contact information
- Height and weight
- Wardrobe sizes
- Description of an tattoos or piercings
Woodell asked any returning applicants to include their original role in the subject line of their email.
After filming a pilot in 2015, funded in part by an state film grant, TNT announced they would pick up the series with plans to film in and around Wilmington in early 2016.
“Good Behavior” stars Michelle Dockery as Letty Dobesh, an ex-con struggling with addiction, recidivism and a fractious relationship with her mother.