The producers of The Biggest Loser are looking for women who have 50 to 100 pounds to lose to be on a new ABC daytime talk show. The women who are cast will receive a trainer and a nutrition plan to help them lose weight without leaving their job, home or family.
The show promises to help women who have let children, family, work, or other circumstances take priority over their health. “Since you’ve been focusing on others, finally, here’s a show that is focusing on you!” says the promotional information from 3 Ball Productions, creators of the new show. Women looking to be cast should be easy to relate to and willing to share their stories.
To be considered for casting, send a photo of yourself and a 250 word bio explaining who you are and why you want to lose weight to [email protected]ail.com. Also be sure to include your name, weight, height, age, marital status, city of residence and a contact phone number. Also put your city and state in the subject line of your email.
LIVE CASTING CALLS
LOS ANGELES – 6/25/11
Casting director Alison Kaz tells us “We will be at The Citadel Outlets THIS SATURDAY June 25th from 11am- 4pm. Located at 100 Citadel Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90040. Bring a non-returnable photo of yourself.”
NEW YORK CITY / TRI-STATE AREA – 6/24/11
Kaz says “We will be at SUTTON PLACE THIS FRIDAY, JUNE 24th from 9am- 4pm. Located at 1015 2nd Avenue (btwn 53rd & 54th), New York, NY 10022. Bring a non-returnable photo of yourself.”
Kaz also lays to rest any concerns about abandoning your home life that potential participants might have. “If chosen for the show, those women interested in dropping 50-100 lbs, will not have to leave their lifestyles! Whether they are a stay at home mom, single, married or working woman, they will be set up with a personal trainer, and nutrition plan and lose weight all within their own environments.”
Click here for more information about the casing call.
This show is pretty different from The Biggest Loser, but I bet you can use a lot of the same audition advice that we’ve collected over the years. Be sure not to miss these great resources: