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Thank you for your application for Who the Bleep is That?

Our Casting team thinks you would make a great contestant and would like to invite you to make a short introduction video so we can pitch you to the producers.

Videos will only be accepted through the secure upload portal linked below.

Video Contents

  • Introduce yourself

    • Name (First & Last)

    • Age

    • Where you are from originally (hometown)

    • What you do for work (If an actor/talent, that's great, but please do not say that as your occupation. Tell us another job or side hustle, you have, we prefer to not have people that seem too industry, please don't talk about previous shows or sets you have been on)

  • Tell us a little about your personality and how would your friends/family describe you.

  • Don't Act or be a character, be yourself, with big game show energy, but authentic and relatable. The producers don't usually choose contestants that seem like they are performing

        Since the show is pop culture and celebrity-based:

  • Tell us which celebrities people say you look like

  • Tell us any celebrity encounters you have had and/or celebrities you want to meet

  • How does pop culture affect you, the more the better! If you are a fan of TMZ tell us.

  • What do you do for fun (Any cool hobbies or activities that are unique)

  • Any or fun facts you think we should know about you

  • Why would you be great on the show

Video Tips

  • Length: 2-3 minutes max, please try not to go over 3 minutes if possible. 
  • You can use your cell phone.

  • Stand up while filming, instead of sitting...we want to see your energy. Please don't film in your car

  • Shoot with your phone sideways/landscape mode. Use a tripod or set it on something or have someone hold it for you with a very steady hand. 

  • Ensure your recording device is steady, in focus, and framed nicely.

  • Remove distracting/messy items from the frame (laundry, vacuum, food, etc.).

  • Avoid having a bright window, light, or moving ceiling fan behind you.

  • Your main light source should be in front of you, not behind.

  • In other words, you should be facing/looking at the brightest light.

  • Your audio should be clear and free of background noise (Turn off the TV/Radio, Have the kids be quiet, No barking dogs, etc.)

  • Please try to look directly into camera as much as possible.

  • If you have any questions please direct them to

  • If you have not yet seen the show, here is a link to a clip -

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When you are finished recording your audition video, upload the unedited files via our secure upload portal. There are no file size or type limits. If you have issues, try from a different browser or device. Email with any questions. Please, do not email your video, a link to your video, etc. There are many of you and a few of us. Help us pitch you most efficiently by using the upload portal. Dropbox works on 99% of browsers, devices, etc. If you’re the 1% that has an issue, please try from a different browser or device before emailing.

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