Casting Call for Three Rivers

Thx Tish for the heads up! These casting calls were posted to the Pittsburgh Film Office:


THREE RIVERS, a CBS/Paramount medical drama shooting its pilot episode in Pittsburgh March 25-April 10th, is seeking Asian actors and actress who can play between 30-45 years of age to portray doctors in a one-day shoot (date negotiable depending on availability.) This is a paid featured extra spot, and only non-union applicants can be accepted. If you are interested please respond immediately to with your name, phone number, and attachment of a photograph, and “DOCTOR” in the subject line.


THREE RIVERS, a CBS/Paramount medical drama filming its pilot episode in Pittsburgh late March through mid April, has a special need for an elderly African-American man and woman to play a couple in a wedding scene for THREE RIVERS. These are non-speaking extra roles, the actors need not be a couple and can be cast separately. These are paid positions and require a one day shoot. If interested and available, please contact as soon as possible, with wedding in the subject line, or send copies of photos (no originals, please!) to: THREE RIVERS, Extras Casting, Eye Productions, 555 Grant Street, Suite 425, Pittsburgh, PA, 15219.



THREE RIVERS, a CBS/Paramount medical drama set in Pittsburgh, is seeking background actors and stand-ins for the pilot episode, shooting in Pittsburgh in March and April. All ages, types, and levels of experience are sought, with a special need for talent with experience in the health care industry: doctors, nurses, technicians, EMTs, etc. For many available positions, no experience in either health care or acting is required. To be considered, please submit the following to as soon as possible. Casting is beginning immediately.
1) A headshot or recent photograph;
2) A resume if available, or description of relevant experience. Please include health care experience if applicable. Please note: neither health care or acting experience is mandatory;
3  Available dates between March 20th and April 10th.

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  1. hi everyone . … hi alex…goodluck with ur work and ur movies…god bless u…i will see on tv and i wish u all the best. i love all or movie and i love u soo much cause u are the best actor i know. And thank u for ur answer …..xxxxxxxxxxxxx bye xxxxx and take your time darling,

  2. As tempting as it sounds, there is this thing called a
    full-time job that would get in the way. Ironically, I work in a hospital! I am just excited to see that things are finally moving on this and I loved reading the letter from Alex – He sounds excited about the way his career seems to be going. We will know in May if all of his hard work pays off. CBS is desparate for a hit “medical” series and with Alex in the lead, everyone should be happy, even Nina Tassler. Until next time . . .

  3. Boy would I ever, if I lived nearby to Pittsburgh…How about you, Linda? Even if they began filming as reported to have begun, they will always need an extra here and there… This would go well, too, because if is picked up there is talk about doing much of the filming in the Pittsburgh area, especially at the closed Brownsville Tri-County Hospital…

    Yep, Alex can perform an organ transplant on me anytime!!!! Get your mind out of the gutters people!!!!

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