My name is Jennifer and I am a casting Associate at MTV. Right now we are casting for an upcoming episode of the award-winning series True Life. For this episode, we are looking for people who are at odds with their parents for one reason or another. The topics we are looking for are students who are living a more Americanized lifestyle their traditional parents don't understand, students who are practicing a religion that their parents don't support, or students who are dating someone their parents don’t approve of. We are also always interested in hearing other stories about what students and their parents don't see eye to eye on. I would really appreciate if you could send this to anyone else you may know.
If you could have people email their situations to Parents@mtvnmix.com with their name, age, location, phone number, and recent photo of themselves I would really appreciate it.
Thanks, and feel free to message me with any questions
Since its initial episode in 1998, MTV's award-winning True Life documentary series has told remarkable real-life stories of young people and the unusual subcultures they inhabit. Whether documenting the lives of gay marriage activists, individuals dealing with obesity, or teens in high school--the True Life series tells its stories solely from the varied voices and points-of-view of its characters--putting the series in the unique position of reflecting the state of youth culture at any given moment.