A Hollywood casting director is making a direct pitch to Cincinnati-area residents to appear on a reality show featuring ”America’s real life modern family.”
John Kiesewetter reports that former Symmes Township resident Jonathan Tanzman hopes to find the next great television sensation among folks in the area. Tanzman, who lived in Symmes Township for five years in the late 1990s, attended seventh and eighth grades at the School for Creative & Performing Arts, and appeared in “A Christmas Carol” at Playhouse in the Park.
“As you know I’m from Cincinnati, so I’m hoping the real life modern family resides in Cincinnati,” Tanzman told Kiesewetter.
Here’s the description for the “My Modern Family” reality show, inspired by the hit ABC sitcom:
“Doron Ofir Casting is searching for the nation’s most entertaining,MULTI-GENERATIONAL and/or EXTENDED MULTI-CULTURAL families. We’re not just looking for parents and children, we want grandma, grandpa, aunts, and uncles too!
If your family is a cast of characters that live near one another and regularly get together for Sunday dinners, BBQs, and birthdays, we want to hear all about you! We are seeking diverse families with an array of dynamic personalities, real drama, and a penchant for hilarious comic relief.
Despite the dynamics, differences and drama, love and acceptance conquer all in a true definition of today’s real modern family. Like the Keatons, the Seavers, the Ricardos, The Tanners,the Huxtables, or even the Addams family.
Is your family’s last name the next great television sensation? Show us that home is more than where the heart is.”
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