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Witches, warlocks needed for 'Sleepy Hollow'

'Sleepy Hollow' is filming its second season in Wilmington. 'Sleepy Hollow' is filming its second season in Wilmington.
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) -

Sleepy Hollow is looking for extras to play witches and warlocks but to apply, you have to have a specific look.

For the witches, the production is looking for Caucasian women between the ages of 30 and 45 with natural-looking hair color. Also, those interested must have a waist size between 27 and 29 because of the costumes available for this role.

For the warlocks, the TV show wants Caucasian men between 40 and 50 years old with a pant waist size between 30 and 34 and a coat size between 36 and 40.

This scene will be filmed Wednesday, May 21. Those who are interested in applying must be available for what could be a 12 hour day.

Interested in applying?

Email a recent photo with wardrobe size to sleepyhollowextra@gmail.com with the subject of witch/warlock.

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