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An EXTRA is anyone who fills out the background scene of a movie, television show or commercial shot. It could be a concert crowd, the non-specific apes in Planet of the Apes, or people on the street passing by the main actors or action. As an EXTRA, it is your job to make the scenes being filmed,
Work as an extra performer can be demanding; standing, sitting, repeating the same motion for hours etc.. Be prepared to work hard and long. A typical day for a crew is 10 – 12 hours and if you have the …
How to Become an Extra in Movies and Television. Extras are paid a fairly small wage for their participation and they are usually expected to stay on set from the beginning of production until wrap (the end of production). Depending on the type, size and budget of the production, the extras may or may not take part in makeup, wardrobe, hair, etc.
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Paid movie extra’s salaries can range from $7 an hour for an Audience job to $50+ a day on a non-union film to what ever the employer wants to pay unless it is a …
Extras are required to perform, at times, demanding work that entails repeating the same movement or action over and over, for long periods of hours. A typical day for an extra, or other members of the crew, is between 10 to 12 hours — on lengthy days and longer shoots, extras can …
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Most successful extras treat it as an unusual and interesting hobby,’ adds MacDonald. An extra is typically paid £64.50 for a nine-hour day, inclusive of lunch. Thereafter they get £12.09 an hour.