Wanted: Engineers for TV

June 25, 2009
Want to be on MTV? The folks there are looking for a few good engineers to star in a TV series. Here is what MTV sent us yesterday: Casting: Male / Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 25 years Description: Seeking groups of engineering friends ...

Want to be on MTV? The folks there are looking for a few good engineers to star in a TV series. Here is what MTV sent us yesterday:

Casting:

Male / Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 25 years

Description:

Seeking groups of engineering friends to star in new MTV series about pulling clever stunts that require engineering skills. Think Myth Busters meets MTV.

Shooting will likely take place in Spring 2010. It will be about a 4 month time commitment for the engineers

(3-4 days of shooting per episode)

Must be ready to describe 5 fun and clever stunts that require engineering skills and tell us your qualifications when you submit.

Wardrobe: Trendy MTV

Compensation: Standard MTV host rate applies.

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Email resume to [email protected]

Would you consider posting the above info on your blog? I am conducting an open casting call in Los Angeles on July 2nd, but video submissions will be accepted, as well.

Thanks,

Holland Van Ackeren

Casting Director

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