December 13, 2011 > Casting call for the hardest working women in America
Casting call for the hardest working women in America
Submitted By Mike Hansen
Doron Ofir Casting (Design Star, Military Wives, Jersey Shore, Nashville Star, Chefs vs. City, My Strange Addiction) announces the search for the hardest working women in America to celebrate the tough women who are not afraid of disgusting, terrifying or even backbreaking labor. Women who are proud to be Wonder Women!
"Since the days of Rosie the Riveter, American women have rolled up their sleeves and proudly declared, 'We Can Do It!' and they did!" says Doron Ofir, Executive Casting Director.
This is a nationwide search for women doing the most demanding jobs out there - mining, roofing, hanging from scaffolding, installing power lines, deep sea fishing, fighting fires, working in sewers, slaughterhouses and any other job where female representation is under 10 percent of the national workforce.
This documentary series is intended to explore and celebrate the lives of outstanding women who are making a difference every day in some of the toughest environments. From gals who have the guts to work as morticians to real life female roughnecks who trade in their high heels for hard hats, we're seeking a wide range of women who all share a passion for their dirty jobs and make no bones about it. Whether knee deep in toxic sludge, dangling over a construction site, or part of the pit crew, these sisters prove they are just as fierce as the misters. It's a dirty job but some women love to do it.
Women are encouraged to apply online at www.wonderwomencasting.com