Most Interesting Men in America
MAJOR TELEVISION NETWORK SEEKS
MEN AGES 63-80 WHO HAVE LIVED
INCREDIBLY INTERESTING LIVES
Did you FIGHT in VIETNAM? • Did you TRAVEL THE WORLD?
Did you WORK on NASA MISSIONS? • WERE YOU at WOODSTOCK?
Did you MARCH for CIVIL RIGHTS? • Did you go to the first DISCOS? • Did you PLAY in the first NFL TEAMS?
The 1960s and early 1970s had some of the most inspiring events in history, and the people who lived through them are some of the most interesting individuals alive.
A Major Cable Television network is searching for fascinating men full of humor & wisdom to STAR in a groundbreaking new docu-series. This series will follow the day-to-day lives of men who have been through amazing experiences and have lived on to tell the tales to young people of the next generation.
These men can be from ALL walks of life, as long as they have AMAZING STORIES TO TELL, SHARP WIT, STRONG LIFE PERSPECTIVES, KEEN INSIGHT, and CHARISMATIC PERSONALITIES.
"Working in unscripted TV for as long as I have, I've found that people with tons of life experience are infinitely more interesting than young people. On every show I've produced, old-timers have the best one-liners and the best insight! You can’t wait to hear what they’ll say next." – Rob Worsoff, Executive Producer who has worked on TV hits "Duck Dynasty," “Millionaire Matchmaker,” and “The Biggest Loser."
“Having worked alongside and with my family for my entire life, I understand the true value of the lessons my father has taught me. We want this program to allow families all over the world to watch, learn, and experience the wit and wisdom of these men.” –
Jack Osbourne, Executive Producer
Please send your PHOTOS, STORIES, and CONTACT INFO ASAP to:
1040 N. Las Palmas Ave. Bldg 10
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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