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"Swamp People" Casting
Mon July 23, 2012
'Swamp People' casting calls: 3 La. cities, 1 in TX
The History Channel TV show "Swamp People" is looking for new alligator hunters. They can be individuals, groups or families, but must have a license and at least 50 tags for the September alligator season in Louisiana.
The show is going into its fourth season, and has featured different hunters each year.
It held casting calls Sunday at restaurants in Baton Rouge and in Beaumont, Texas. Others are scheduled this Saturday in Houma and in Webster, Texas, and on Saturday, Aug. 4, in Lafayette.
Its agents, The Casting Company, also take emailed applications at SwampPeopleLA(at)gmail.com.