CASTING CALL: WeTV Television Show on Hip-Hop Models & Dancers
March 10, 2014
NEW YORK, NY (March 10, 2014): Bernadette Giacomazzo of K&B Consulting has been named the casting director for an upcoming unscripted television show, tentatively titled "Hip-Hop Honeys," which is currently in development for WeTV.
Giacomazzo has named two assistant casting directors -- long-time friends and business partners Kareem Richards of K&B Consulting and Torone Ezechiels of Mobstar Enterprises -- to assist her in this endeavor.
The series is being executive produced by Sarah Jin of NYU's prestigious Tisch School of the Arts.
The series is on the hunt for standout models, dancers, and personalities in hip-hop who meet the following criteria:
-Women, of any ethnicity, between the ages of 20-30, who currently have modeling and/or dancing careers in hip-hop
-Women who are models, dancers, or integral personalities in the hip-hop culture
-Women who have worked with, or appeared in, videos of any major hip-hop artist -- anyone from 50 Cent to Waka Flocka Flame!
-Women who are based in the New York City, or Tri-State Area, and are ready to shoot, and most importantly,
-Women who have amazing stories to tell, and amazing personalities to match!
Fifteen stand-out women will be chosen to go through the second round of interviews with the casting directors & the producers of the show. Of the 15, only five women will be chosen for the show...and those five women will be nothing short of amazing!
If you think you've got what it takes to be a part of this soon-to-be hit show, get together the following:
-5 photos (make sure you have full body AND up-close face shots in that selection)
-Resume & Bio
-A brief introduction about who you are, what you do, and why you would be a good fit for the show
Include your name (your real name -- if you go by an alias, make sure you make that clear as well), phone number, and e-mail address. If you have an agent, casting MUST go through him/her.
Send all of this to ALL THREE of the following e-mails:
Only girls who make the initial cut will be contacted. Good luck!
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