Annnnd...Action! Think you have what it takes to be an actor on an upcoming streaming services production?

Grant Wilfley Casting Inc is looking for Hudson Valley locals to act as extras in an upcoming series filming in the area.

Peacock has announced a new series called Poker Face that was created by Rian Johnson and features actress Natasha Lyonne. According to the Hudson Valley Film Commission, the new streaming production will be filming in the Newburgh/Fishkill area in April of 2022.

Back in 2021, Variety reported that Poker Face received a 10-episode order and while there was no plot given at the time (they said the plot is being kept under wraps...), Variety explained Poker Face is a "one-hour mystery series."

Hudson Valley Film Commission shared the casting call at the beginning of March writing:

To submit, register for free at gwci.app/talent (be sure to select Hudson Valley as your employment area).
OR
Email your name, phone, height, clothing sizes, current photos, and if you are a member in good standing of SAG-AFTRA or not to pokerface@gwcnyc.com. Write "Hudson Valley Local" in the subject line of your email.
There is a mandatory vaccination policy on the Poker Face set. To be eligible for casting one must "be fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine (2 doses of Pfizer or Moderna, 1 dose of Johnson & Johnson, including a booster shot if eligible ) or have a disability or sincerely held religious belief that prevents vaccination."
Recently, Hulu released Life & Beth starring Amy Schumer which was filmed throughout the Hudson Valley over the summer of 2021.

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