I can't help it. The minute I read there was an open casting call for a hand model, I immediately thought of Seinfeld.

If you don't know what I'm talking about, there's an iconic episode of Seinfeld where George Costanza, played by Jason Alexander, falls into the world of hand modeling.

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Based on the show and how much these Illinois video game makers are willing to pay, it seems like a lucrative endeavor.

George had perfect hands for modeling, but an accident with a hot iron ended his career prematurely.

So if you have hands similar to George Costanza, you might want to check into this job listing.

According to Project Casting:

This client is creating product tutorial videos for a brand that creates gaming tech products. We need a male HAND MODEL.

They are shooting on Monday, April 25th, from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM in a Fulton Market, Chicago office, and would like ONE MALE (open to ethnicity) talent, around ages 23-43 years old. They expect to be done before 5:00 PM, but keep your avail open until 5PM just in case goes late.

A few other details you should know, your face won't be on camera, just your hands.

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If chosen you'll get paid $650 for about a day's work, where you will "demonstrate the unboxing, setup and 'how-to' for their products."

That's it. Think you got the hands for it? Apply for the gig HERE.

Just stay away from hot irons for the time being.

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