Have you ever been an extra for a film ?

Style & Co. brown jeans - cream Merona top -
 Leopard flats Me Too - Black bag Tous 
A few weeks ago as I walked for breakfast
I decided to stop at a place they were having 
castings for extras for a movie being filmed.

At first I laughed at the thought and then I figured
"this could be an interesting experience".
I was casted once as a child and made my 
tv debut for a Barbie doll ad but that was about it.

I went to the casting and was called back for a shoot
on Sunday, my role was a "walker". They did
my hair and make up 70's style and then the costume: 
bright yellow polyester trouser and matching polyester top.
I sat in the set with a great crowd of people who looked like
they just stepped off a That 70's Show episode.
But, was never called to the set nevertheless it was 
quite interesting to see a 70's version of myself.


Alexandra Zakharova said...

I love your top, it's so elegant and feminine! You look so so pretty! Lovely snapshots as well!
Have a fabulous time!


LyddieGal said...

No, I can't say that is something I've ever done, and now I am really curious about this barbie commercial!!

bummer you never got chosen to be on film for this one though.

Always Maylee said...

That is so fun and cool!

xo, Yi-chia
Always Maylee

Closet Fashionista said...

That is so cool! Even though you didn't actually go on set it must have been so fun! :D

Sheila said...

Wow, that sounds like a lot of fun, even if they didn't use you. I have never been in a film, but they film movies in my town a lot.

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Jane Droll said...

ha! i wish you had pics! would love to see them!

i have never been an extra in any kind of production. when i was little (about 4 years old), i had a chance to be on a tv show that i loved. but i turned it down because i was way too shy (and camera-shy too). turns out i still am!

Elegance and Mommyhood said...

I almost was an extra (twice). My brother has been on movies as a baby, in Albania, between 4 weeks to 2 years old, in several of them. He could pass for both a boy or a girl. He was stunning and still is.

I am glad you got to experience the whole makeup process of it. I wish you had pics.

One more reason why I love your blog: you always have the most interesting stories. Seriously.