‘Survivor’ auditions will be held in Vail in August
July 13, 2014
VAIL — Do you think you have what it takes to be on the show “Survivor”? If so, then register for the Vail “Survivor” open call on Aug. 16. Camera crews will capture each potential contestant’s best 60 seconds on video.
Guarantee a spot for the casting call by registering at http://denver.cbslocal.com/sign-up-for-the-survivor-casting-call/. All registrants will have an opportunity to participate in the open call and further information will be sent on or around Aug. 1.
Not An Easy Path to Victory
The prize for this competition is $1 million, but this prize money will not come easily. Competitors must be willing to commit to traveling and living in a remote location for approximately seven weeks.
Contestants will be filmed up to 24 hours a day by television camera crews to be broadcast on national television.
This is reality television and contestants will actually be living in a remote location, and responsible for building their own shelter and finding their own food.
All contestants must be U.S. citizens, living in the U.S. and 18 years or older at the time of application. Producers are looking for a diverse group of men and women who represent a broad cross-section of American society.
Competitors will be judged based on having the following traits: strong-willed; outgoing; adventurous; physically and mentally adept; adaptable to new environments; interesting lifestyles, backgrounds and personalities.
If selected as a semi-finalist, candidates will be invited for final interviews with “Survivor” producers in Los Angeles.