Press | Business Insider

I retired and became an extra for films like ‘Fantastic Beasts.’ Here’s how I got into it.

I always liked to dress up as a kid. I would be a cowboy one day or a penguin the next. I’ve also always believed that you need to enjoy the moment and enjoy yourself…

Press | Daily Express

‘I’ve met a famous Hollywood director’ Gran’s work as an extra pays £250 per day’

The 64-year-old earns up to £250 a day as a film and TV extra and says “absolutely anyone can do it”. She’s currently starring in a new film directed by a well-known Hollywood director…

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What it’s like to be… an Extra

When Jennifer Edge won a part in her primary school play on account of her “very good facial expressions”, she could little imagine that 60 years later she would be standing on film sets next to Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant.

100 things to do before you die! Experts pick the world’s best cultural experiences

‘Star’ in an action movie: For the new Hellboy film, Uni-versal Extras found people to play policemen, monks – and even a stand-in for the star David Harbour… 

‘So much fun!’ Dad explains how anyone can make £200 a day – including retirees

A dad from Bristol has spoken about how he recently fulfilled his childhood dream and earned some extra money in the meantime. He told the Express Online…

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10 ways to earn some extra cash

The recession is hitting the pockets of Britons and it is thought that millions of people have been forced to take on a second job simply to make ends meet. Getting some part-time work is one way to make some extra cash, but there are other ways, too. Here are 10 to start with….

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Possibly Beginning Reshoots Next…

The next chapter in the Skywalker Saga, Star Wars: The Last Jedi may be headed for a round of reshoots next month. Universal Extras Casting and the…

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Acting Up

Working as a film extra is a great way of making up to £200 a day while rubbing shoulders with Hollywood A-listers.

As Hazel Davis discovers, there’s even an agency just for students…

While his classmates are busy wrestling with Roland Barthes and getting to grips with Mrs Gaskell, English literature student Alex Bisby 

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