The critically acclaimed, ground-breaking political thriller Netflix series "House of Cards" has returned to Maryland and Harford County to film its third season.
People of all types, ages, sizes and ethnicities are once again being sought for union and non-union extra and day player roles for series, whose production is based in Harford.
Kimberly Skyrme Casting will be holding an open casting call for union and non-union extras and day players this Saturday, June 7, at the Bel Air Reckord Armory, 41 N. Main St., in Bel Air, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
SAG/AFTRA members will have a separate line, and interested actors do not need to attend if they have already submitted for this season.
Aspiring players should come dressed to showcase their best Washington, D.C., political look, according to the casting call announcement.
Bring a current headshot/resume. For those who don't have a headshot/resume, a current photo is satisfactory.
According to the announcement, casting agents would also like to see a photograph of hopefuls in their D.C. black-tie attire.