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Casting Call: Deal or No Deal - 6/20

6/16/2009 12:15:00 AM
I don't really watch reality tv or game shows, so I'm not sure - but this is that show with the suitcases of money and the bald dude, right? Anyway - there's a casting call this Saturday 6/20. Details are below, and as usual - direct any questions you may have to Boston Casting - not me (because I won't be able to answer them).


Saturday, June 20, 10 AM- 4 PM at

Seaport Hotel, Boston

Do you have nerves of steel? A killer instinct? Raw intuition and an amazing personality?

Do you want the chance to win $1 million dollars?!

Come to the Open Casting Call for the hit TV show DEAL OR NO DEAL on Saturday, June 20th at the Seaport Hotel!

Boston Casting is looking for high-energy, dynamic and competitive men and women to audition for DEAL OR NO DEAL.

Must be over 18. For more information, visit or

Open Call Information:

Date: Saturday, June 20, 2009

Time: 10 AM - 4 PM

Location: Seaport Hotel

One Seaport Lane

Boston, MA 02210

Click (here) to goto Boston Casting.

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2 Response to "Casting Call: Deal or No Deal - 6/20"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    I went to the last casting call and it was a long wait then once in there they give you and nine other people like 30 seconds@ a table to say why they should pick you and the people who choose you are not professionals and I think they just pick who they know or looks good not for the reasons some people say why they should be picked . I was very disappointed in the way they did this. Never heard anything else from them and be there like by 5am in the morning to even be near the front of the line and hope you get in . A long process !! Be ready !!!

    Posted on 6/16/09, 1:26 PM

  2. Anonymous Said,

    i agree, i went there and was actually picked to go into the second round/part of casting but felt the people they had interviewing were not proffessional.. they were just kids.

    Posted on 6/22/09, 9:21 PM


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