Video: 10 Film and TV Extras Who Couldn't Do Their Jobs Correctly

When I first moved to Los Angeles, I quickly started getting work as an extra (or, as they like to be called, "background artists") in movies and TV shows. It's super easy work, and you get a chance to be on real sets and get an up-close look at how these productions function. But sometimes, I'd run into someone who clearly thought they were destined for bigger things, and they were intent on starting their journey right then and there by doing something flashy to get a director's attention while filming was happening. Those people tended not to last too long. But occasionally, they made their way into the background, and moments like these happen (via Vulture):