Apprentice 3 casting producer says new cast should not “refill old people’s roles.”

Apprentice 3 casting producer says new cast should not “refill old people’s roles.”
A good way to get cast for some reality TV shows such as The Real World is to present yourself as a carbon copy of a cast member from a previous season. Or, better, as a sluttier, drunker version of a previous cast member. But if you want to land a spot at the board room table on The Apprentice 3, you should not be a hick copier salesperson nor a bitchy, self-delusional liar. Casting producer Rob LaPlante tells Entertainment Weekly, “I never want to cast this show to refill old people’s roles. I don’t want to go in there and try to find the new Omarosa or the new Sam or the new Troy.” The show was recently casting at various open casting calls around the country; upcoming dates, if any remain, have yet to be posted.
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