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'Ozark' producers casting actors to play federal agents

Casting agencies are only looking for talent that live in the Metro Atlanta area who fit the description.

ATLANTA — If you want to be in the upcoming season of the hit Netflix show “Ozark,” here your chance!

Casting directors are now casting actors, models, and talent to work on July 8 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Producers are seeking the following types:

FEDERAL AGENTS

  • 5 Men and women to portray federal agents
  • Ages: 25-55
  • Must have suit options, preferably darker colors

CASINO GOERS:

  • Men and women of all ethnicity
  • Ages: 20+
  • For OZARK, filming in the Norcross area.
  • Pay rate: $75/8 unless otherwise stated.
  • Must have full availability for day applying for!
  • SUBMIT ASAP!

Send your headshot and resume to Ozark.MHC@gmail.com with SUBJECT: (SELECT FROM ABOVE)

Casting agencies are only looking for talent that live in the Metro Atlanta area who fit the description.

Filming for the Netflix series “Ozark” was caught burning rubber when A-Scene insider Christy Benton grabbed a photo of Marty Byrde’s van in Stone Mountain.

The Honda Odyssey was seen in the process of being towed with several splatters of dirt on the side of the minivan. Marty, played by Jason Bateman, drives the vehicle.

The fictional series follows the financial conflicts of a family from Chicago to the Ozark Mountains.

The families modular home was also found near Van Pugh Park near Lake Lanier, according to A-Scene insider Susie Llanes Fitzgerald.

In 2018, Bateman announced the new season on Twitter with a graphic combining the number three and a dollar sign.

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