Would You Go On Reality TV?

Would you start your career on reality TV? The genre has propelled many of today’s celebrities into the limelight. While often steeped in drama and some humiliation, reality TV is a way to get a lot of screen time. If you are willing to fight with the “Housewives”, take a spill on “Wipeout”, or fall in love on “The Bachelor” you may just have a long and fruitful career in show business. My question today is what are your limits when it comes to reality TV? Are you game for anything or more reserved? How much are you willing to share with America? Do you have the vulnerability to be a lasting character?

To provide a little background and potentially motivation to get into reality TV let’s recap some of the stars who have made it big after getting their start on reality TV.

Lucy Hale – Made her debut on the short lived reality series “American Juniors”. Now she is killing it on “Pretty Little Liars” and as a spokesperson for Mark Cosmetics.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck – She has survived “Survivor” and “The View”.

Bethenny Frankel – She went from a single chef on “The Real Housewives of New York” to the ultimate Skinny Girl.

David Guintoli – He ruled “Road Rules: South Pacific” and is now the star of NBC’s “Grimm”

Hilarie Burton – She won an MTV contest to be a guest DJ and turned it into a long standing run on the network before making the jump to “One Tree Hill”

Tell us, are you interested in reality TV?

Mason O’Brien is ClaimFame’s professional Casting Coach. Mason has worked in casting for years and is also the owner and operator of Bluprint Coaching, a life coaching service based out of Los Angeles. Mason, “The Practical Coach”, works one-on-one with clients during periods of transition to design the next and best phase of their life!

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