Would you do it?

Let me start by saying that if you are happily employed today and a move across the country for a few months to be an extra might be a little hard to pull off, this might not be for you, BUT if you're looking for a change of scenery and want to be apart of one of the biggest TV shows in the world, keep reading.

Yellowstone, which follows the lives of the members of the Dutton family led by John Dutton who owns and runs the largest cattle ranch in the United States, is looking for extras to be a part of filming in season five of the hit Paramount network TV show.

According to KRTV, filming in Missouri is set to start in May, and if you aren't against moving to Missouri and becoming a full-time resident, they are holding a casting call that is open to men and women of all ethnicities, ages nine and older to be a paid part of the show.

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Requirements to be a Yellowstone Extra

Yes, you'd need to move full-time to Missouri, but if you are selected to be on the show, they are paying a decent wage. You'll be paid $140 a day, $40 for gas, and meals while filming. Not half bad to be an extra but as I said earlier, this would be a huge move for most but you never know this could be the right fit for someone.

Is anyone interested yet?

If you are there are some steps you'd need to take including, filling out some forms, submitting your body type information, pictures, and more. You'll also be required to take a COVID TEST 2 to 3 days prior to the dates that you are scheduled to work. The production company will pay for the test and pay you $100.00 for your time to take the test. All of the required information to possibly be selected can be found here.

If you plan on trying to make this happen, please let us know so we can follow your journey to stardom....LOL! If you'd like a chance to be on TV a little closer to home, we told you last week about a casting call in the Newburgh/Fishkill/Beacon areas looking to fill a bunch of different roles. Get those roles here and good luck.

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