Here’s how to audition for McDonald’s commercial that could pay up to $25,000

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McDonald's is rolling out a new kind of Quarter Pounder in metro Atlanta. The new burger uses beef patties that aren't frozen and will not be cooked before your order. According to a release, the burgers have "no fillers, additives or preservatives." The burger is coming to 3,500 locations now and the rest of the contiguous U.S. in early May.

Casting directors are seeking a black male pilot and white male truck driver

Are you ready to make your mark on the film and TV industry? Are you the next Tyler Perry? The business is in need of young stars. Check out the latest casting call for your chance at fame.

The fast food chain is gearing up to film a new commercial. No further details about the premise have been released.

What are they looking for?

Casting directors are seeking the following types:

-African-American male, aged 55 to 65, who is a real commercial or small aircraft pilot

-Caucasian male, aged 50-60, who is a real commercial trucker

When are they filming? 

Fittings will take place on June 25 and filming will occur between June 26 through June 30 in Los Angeles, California.

How much does it pay?

The gig could pay up to $25,000.

How do I submit?

Film a self-tape that includes a little information about yourself and your experience. You should also discuss how long you’ve been doing your job and why you love it. The video can be recorded on your cell phone or computer. Email to sonnenbergcasting@gmail.com. The deadline is June 17 and callbacks are June 19.

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