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Casting calls in Toronto are searching for The Office and Friends character lookalikes

If you've ever been told you look like Michael Scott from The Office or Monica Geller from Friends, now's the time to use it to your advantage. 

A Toronto company called Jigsaw Casting is in search of people who look like Michael, Angela, Oscar, Toby, Jan, Chandler, Joey, Ross, Monica and Pheobe for educational PSAs. 

The only requirement for applying to either of the casting calls is that you resemble one of the above-mentioned characters from the nose down, as those chosen will simply be lip-syncing along with an audio track. 

"In this educational PSA, we are looking for people to match the nose, mouth and chin of the following characters from the TV Show The Office as they will be lip-syncing to a video and audio track. We will not see your full face. You will be unrecognizable," the description for one of the casting calls states. 

Anyone interested in applying simply has to submit a photo of their full face, a photo of their face from the nose down (front view), a photo of their left profile (nose down) and a photo of their right profile (nose down). 

Candidates won't even have to audition, as the characters will simply be chosen from the applications.

The gig pays pretty well, too. The selected lookalikes must be available for one day during the week of November 11, and they'll receive a $500 honorarium for the shoot.

The deadline to apply is October 31 at 9 a.m., so those of you who resemble some of TV's most beloved characters should be posing for those photos right about now. 

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