1. Pushing a shopping cart
Here's a run down of a
9pm: Talent call time + hot dinner served
10pm-1am: On set. I was working the glamorous job of "background talent" these 2 nights. If you've ever watched a Publix commercial you'll notice blurs of people in the back.
1:05: By the time 1:05 came around I was STARVING! I ate a big, healthy salad before I left home, but I was "legitimately hungry". Then we found "craft services". If you've ever been on a set before then you know about the delights of craft services.
|Craft service - Day 1.|
|Craft Service - Day 2.|
I was planted by the juice/produce section and it got quite cold. Brrrrrrrr!
2:15: Lunch. One of the pleasures of being on a Union set is that you are treated well and served hot food. It seems silly, but "hot" food makes a difference. Omelets or a boxed sandwich lunch?
|Food pics in a dark parking lot. Not good - sorry!|
4:15am: We were released and I headed home to sleep.
And that's all in a day's work!
Have you ever been on a commercial or TV set? What was your favorite part?
Love and scene stealers,
Carissa & Kyle
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