CASTING CALL

 

Series Regular Contest: TM Productions is NOW searching Hawaii to find actors who can play the part of a salesperson and real sales representatives to compete in a sales contest to see who will be on our show for next season!  All contestants will earn cash and prizes while competing to win a paid acting spot as a Series Regular for next season on Funny Business! 

 

Contestants will have the opportunity to work on and off camera with famed actor and comedian, Augie T. and other famous personalities including Uncle Mel Cabang! 

 

ALL  ACTORS OR SALES REPRESENTATIVES MUST BE:

 

* Male 18-50

* Hawaii Resident for at least 1 Year.

* Asian, White, Black, Ethnic or Local.

* Professional Appearance.

* Attend and Pass a 5 Day Product and Acting Class thats held from 

  10AM-2PM or 3PM-7PM Monday-Saturday 

* Available for Filming 2 Days per week Monday-Saturday from 10AM-8PM for 6 Weeks.

 

BI-LINGUAL ACTORS OR SALES REPRESENTATIVES +

 

* ALL CONTESTANTS PAID COMMISSION DURING CONTEST.

 

See if you have what it takes to be on 

Hawaii's New Reality TV Show, Funny Business!

 www.FunnyBusiness.tv

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