America’s Next Top Model is back for a brand new cycle! Cycle 18 is now casting and the full open call schedule for ANTM has been posted.
For ladies that can not make it to a casting call, producers have set up a video submission process.
This season ANTM (America’s Next Top Model) is seeking girls 18 to 27 that are at least 5’7″ in height. They are also seeking plus size models for the show.
Aspiring models wanting to be on the show need to make a 3 minute video tape, fill out an application and attach 3 photos. The application then needs to be mailed in to Top Model producers by a deadline of July 15th, 2011.
Here is what you need to do:
Download the application here
Download the eligibility requirements and read them, more detailed instructions are on that document. Get it here
You must mail the following:
The mailing address for application is:
America’s Next Top Model (write in code from list below _____)*
2801 Ocean Park Boulevard
Santa Monica, California 90405
Info for the mailing label:
In parenthesis after “America’s Next Top Model” on the mailing label, print the code for the location (see codes above)
more information about Top Model show submissions:
· Length: Maximum length is three (3) minutes. Anything over three (3) minutes will not be considered.
· Format: DVD or VHS only (no mini-DV, Hi-8, 8mm or VHS-C). To transfer the other formats to VHS,
simply connect your camera to your VCR and record. Note we are accepting DVDs as well.
· Content: Tell us who you are and why you would make the ultimate top model. Be creative! Part of your
video should at least include you showing us your best runway walk.
No Music: Please do not include any music in your audition tape.
·DEADLINE: The application deadline for individual videotape submissions will be Midnight, PST,
Friday, July 15, 2011
If you want to attend an open call for Top Model and meet producers face to face, you can check out the Cycle 18 Top Model Tryouts schedule
** Update – The 2012 ANTM tryouts are here – check out the full audition schedule for America’s Next op Model cycle 19