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Casting Call Announcement for 'The Simpsons' at Comic Con

July 23, 2009 (4:55 am) GMT
'Dress up like a character. If someone that is so excited, that lives and breathes this show and you can't talk about anything else. That's the person we want,' Morgan Spurlock said.

Morgan Spurlock, producer and director of "" 20th Anniversary Special - In 3-D! On Ice, is calling all fans of the animated series to try out sharing screen with Homer and his dysfunctional family. There will be an open casting call to find real-life people who sound or look like any of the characters living in Springfield.

The golden opportunity will arrive during the show's panel at the upcoming San Diego Comic Con this Saturday, July 25. The audition is held starting from 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. at The San Diego Ballroom, in the Marriot Hotel and Marina which is located next to Comic Con's venue.

"We want to give something back to the fans since the only reason the show is still on the air is because of them," Spurlock announced. "If somebody dresses up like a character or performs their favorite bit from the show, that would get attention. The person we want is somebody who basically lives and breathes this show."

More about the casting call, including how if one cannot make it to the audition, is available on the video below.



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