A picture of Caitriona Balfe (Claire) and Sam Heughan (Jamie) in the Starz TV series "Outlander." Outlander/ Facebook

“Outlander” fans in Canada now have a chance to become part of season 4. A new casting announcement seeks Native Canadians to play non-speaking roles on the show. The chosen actors will get a chance to travel to Scotland, where filming is ongoing at the moment.

According to the casting announcement posted on Facebook, the producers are looking to cast over a hundred Native Canadians and 10 to 15 Native children who are above 7 years of age. The chosen extras will be taken to Scotland in May or June to film their scenes.

All expenses related to flights and hotel accommodations will be paid for by the producers. Actors will get a weekly fee after the work is completed. People who are interested should be ready for three to four weeks of filming and should be available throughout May and June. The applicants must have a valid Canadian passport and a Native Status card. No prior filming experience is necessary to apply.

Casting will take place at the Clarion Hotel in Sudbury from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. People who are close to North Bay can apply on March 4 at Indigenous Friendship Centre, where casting will take place between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The producers are looking for 70 young men, 10 older men, 25 women and 10 to 15 children over 7 years of age.

The production crew will be recreating an 18th-century Native village of the Americas in Scotland. This is where the extras will have to work. Although these are non-speaking roles, the announcement notes that the actors will be an “integral” part of the story.

The plot of “Outlander” season 4 will focus on Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire (Caitriona Balfe) travelling to North Carolina, where they will encounter various groups of Aboriginal people.