Casting Call: So you think you can cook

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Be a chef. Or just play one on TV.

There are no secrets to getting yourself cast on a reality TV cooking show.

You need to check a few websites to learn about open casting calls and applications for auditions. Often this information is posted with very short notice, so check regularly and often. Most casting notices are posted on either Reality TV Casting Calls or Reality Wanted.

Follow instructions. Only apply if you meet the show’s requirements. Adhere to deadlines.

Cultivate a screen persona. Give the show’s producers a few personality traits or quirks to latch onto. You don’t need to stray from your true self so much as pump it up a bit.

Cooking shows that are currently casting:

Top Chef: Just Desserts

Bravo is casting for a spin-off from its Top Chef series of high-stakes culinary competitions. Auditions are open to professional pastry chefs. Open calls will be held in cities across the country.starting on October 26.
For additional casting information and to download an application visit Bravo TV Casting.

Foreplay: The Cooking Show

According to the show’s producers, they are looking for “a real guys’ guy with a great sense of confidence and charisma -from Jamie Oliver to Gerard Butler’s character in The Ugly Truth if he were a chef. You must be a real chef, and be able to “talk the talk” when it comes to food.”
Visit Got Cast for more information.

Eat the Clock

The Food Network is developing a series that is being billed as a culinary version of The Amazing Race. The network is looking for two-person teams who have some connection, knowledge or experience in the food industry. Currently casting for Los Angeles-based teams, the series plans to showcase different cities in future seasons.
Send an email to food@beyondcasting.com for more information.

Way to the Heart

If you are tall, dark, and handsome with serious kitchen skills, the producers of Way to the Heart are looking to play matchmaker. Learn more at Way to the Heart casting.

To see how things have worked out for past cooking show alums, Reality Check can tell you where they are now.

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