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Lie dead covered in fake blood: Strangest job advert ever





  • The applicants will be 'covered in fake blood and make-up' in the scenes 
  • Students aged over 18 are needed to play roles in the mocked up accident
  • Operating Theatre Live has worked with real-life paramedics for authenticity

By Matt Hunter For Mailonline

Published: 05:49 EST, 17 February 2017 | Updated: 05:49 EST, 17 February 2017

Wannabe actors are needed to play injured motorists in a mock-up car crash in return for £70. 

The applicants will be 'covered in fake blood and make-up' in the scenes which will be filmed by a theatre company in Billericay.

The advert is aimed at students aged over 18 who are needed in the town on March 20. 

The applicants will be 'covered in fake blood and make-up' in the scenes which will be filmed by a theatre company in Billericay The applicants will be 'covered in fake blood and make-up' in the scenes which will be filmed by a theatre company in Billericay

The applicants will be 'covered in fake blood and make-up' in the scenes which will be filmed by a theatre company in Billericay

Operating Theatre Live has worked with real-life paramedics and other professionals to make the mock-up as real as possible. 

The advert by the Birmingham based events company says: 'We will be recreating a road traffic collison at a local school in Essex and require actors to play casualties in the car.

'Staff will be asked to wear old, warm clothes, as most of the day will be based outside, and may be covered in fake blood and makeup to recreate a car crash victim.' 

Pay for the 8am-3pm day will be £70 and all food and travel expenses will be paid for. 

 


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