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MADE Casting Call

Want to be made into a football player or snowboarder? How about a homecoming king or queen? If you want to get made, do it on MTV's reality show, MADE - they're currently holding casting calls!

Get Made

MADE isn't about changing yourself into a completely different person. It's about making your dreams come true by training to be the football quarterback you always wanted to be, or learning to sing when you previously couldn't hold a note. If you have a specific goal in mind and want to achieve it in the next few months, MTV can help you do it! In past seasons of MADE, kids and teens have been transformed from tomboys to beauty pageant queens, and sci-fi nerds to hardcore rappers. So if you have a realistic goal in mind, then MADE is the reality show for you. Just keep in mind that MADE isn't interested in you if you want to be famous, be an MTV VJ, or star in the next High School Musical.

Get Casted

If you want to get made on MADE, grab your camera, answer MTV's questions on video and upload it here. Or, print out the questionnaire, fill it out and mail it with your tape or DVD to:
MADE CASTING
MTV Networks
1633 Broadway, Office 7-101
New York, NY 10019

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