Good news. If you are an aspiring actor and would like to be a part of the Yellowstone TV series, then here’s a good opportunity.
Chances are you won’t have a starring role as Kevin Costner’s best friend but you could play the part of “person walking down road” or “human wearing hat drinking coffee” or “person’s arm in upper left portion of screen for 1/8th of a second.”
You won’t likely win an Emmy for any of those performances but who wouldn’t want to be an extra on this hit TV series?
Producers of the hit television show are looking for residents of Bitterroot Valley and Missoula, Montana, (but, in our opinion, Wyoming is close enough) to serve as extras.
They specify they are looking for people between the ages of 9 and 99.
Here’s how to reach out:. Send your full name, age, height/weight, clothing sizes, best contact info, current occupation, city you live in, and current self picture (no family photos) to: email@example.com.
If you are a Native American, do the same thing but also send your information to this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although Kevin Costner reportedly makes $500,000 per episode, do not expect the same kind of compensation.
Yellowstone will pay accepted extras just south of that. You will receive $121.10 for 12 hours, $35 for gas, and one meal on the set.
You will have to go through a coronavirus test — which they will pay for. And you’ve got to stay out of any high-risk places like bars, casinos, restaurants, crowds, etc. for four days prior to filming.
Filming starts in late August, so you better get goin’. For more information, check this page out.