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Wanted: American expat for TV role  print

Published on November 10, 2012 by   ·   No Comments

Simon Ateba/Lagos

Red Varden Studios, a Los Angeles-based television production company, is casting for American citizens currently working in high-risk or high-stakes jobs outside of the United States, the company said in a statement.

Ideal characters for the project must be English-speaking, outgoing, dynamic American expatriates

“Do you put your life on the line whenever you clock in? Are you and your team the only people who have the guts to get the job done? If so, we want to hear from you,” Red Varden Studios said in a statement mailed to us by Janielle Eagle.

The company said it is aiming to highlight a job similar to that of Deadliest Catch, Ax Men, Gold Rush and Ice Road Truckers and Storm Chasers.

“To be considered, candidates should submit the following to photographs of all potential candidates (both group and individual photos), a description and job title of each candidate, the personal story of the candidates and why those stories would make for compelling television,” the company said, adding that each candidate should include the contact information such as name, number, email, city and country.

Red Varden Studios is a television and film production company founded in 2007. It develops
and produces scripted and non-scripted content for studios, broadcast networks, cable networks, syndication and digital media outlets, within such genres as documentaries, reality shows, game shows, viral videos, comedies, dramas and independent live action and animated feature films.

It was learnt that since the launch of the company, Red Varden has produced two seasons of the series The Othersiders for Cartoon Network and sold other projects to TLC, Oxygen, Cartoon Network, ReelzChannel, and FremantleMedia.

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