If you know how to swing a mean hammer, are a fan of HGTV and dream of one day becoming tabloid fodder, consider applying to the HGTV casting call for All-American Handyman:
HGTV is seeking charismatic, energetic, non-professional handy men and women to participate in the upcoming competition series, All American Handyman. Strong carpentry skills, experience with tools, creativity and excellent problem-solving skills are a real plus. The winner will be awarded a significant prize package.
Editor’s Note (January 2012)
HGTV is now (as of this date) casting for Season 3. The updated details are quoted below, followed by the original, and now outdated details:
All American Handyman, HGTV’s exciting “jack of all trades” reality competition series is currently casting for season 3! We are in search of the “go to” person when it comes to quick fixes; a problem solver, someone who knows a little bit about everything when it comes to handiwork around the house! If you are a highly skilled man or woman that has the personality and DIY knowledge to compete in a handyman competition, we want to meet you!
For more information on our additional open casting calls in LA, Denver, NYC, DC, and New Orleans- or to find instructions on how to submit a home video, please go to www.AllAmericanHandymanCasting.com
To apply, visit the casting site directly to download the application form and the rules and eligibility requirements.
You can also find the All American Handyman PDF application directly.
You can e-mail your completed application form to email@example.com, or print it out and send it via snail mail to the address listed near the bottom of the application form.
I personally think HomeFixated’s own Marc Lyman should take a crack at it – check out his video review of the Rockwell Jawhorse. The man knows his tools and can rock a black T-shirt better than Simon Cowell.
Good luck to all the applicants!
Editors Note 2:
We have closed comments on this post (many readers of this post unfortunately couldn’t tell we’re not HGTV and kept bombarding us with questions we did not have answers to). If you’re thinking about sending us an email like “I’m the most awesome handyman ever, you should totally audition me” or “My hunky husband needs to be on your show, his biceps are huge” or “When are you casting for the next show, I might be in that city during my next drug smuggling run”, PLEASE direct your inquiries to HGTV (that’s not us). Thank you!