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Thursday, December 4, 2014

Want Your Kids to be the Next Olsen Twins? Parenthood is Looking for San Francisco Babies

Posted By on Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 12:48 PM

click to enlarge Kids, you're going to be stars! - ROHAPPY/SHUTTERSTOCK

Okay, so the likelihood of your babies becoming mini moguls from this gig are slim to none, but if you're looking to jump start junior and junior's college funds the Berkeley-set series Parenthood is looking to cast them in small roles.

The series is currently filming its last season, and we assume your babies will be filmed for some sort of look-towards-the-future episode — the NBC show is looking for one-month-old twin or triplets to play a caucasian baby boy, and then caucasian identical-twin boys who are approximately one year old, and then a set of caucasian identical-twin girls who are two years old. "Minors get a minimum payment of $152 for the shoot (for up to 8hrs or less)," according to the listing on Project Casting, and you 'll have to be willing to pull them out of nursery school on December 12, the infants are needed December 11, for an all-day shoot in San Francisco.

So if this sounds like something you want add to junior and junior's kindergarten application, then read the below details:

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(We love how they request to have babies look straight at the camera. Ha!) 
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