Hell’s Kitchen to conduct Miami area casting calls

By Robert Hamilton….
Fox’s hit unscripted series Hell’s Kitchen is back again as Chef Gordon Ramsay looks for the “best of the best” to work beside him in the hottest kitchen on earth.

The nationwide casting call in search of America’s culinary elite who not only have the skills but the stamina to cook alongside the infamous Chef Ramsay will be in the Miami area on Nov. 15 and 16.

There will be an open call on Monday, Nov. 15, 10 a.m.-8 p.m., at Hard Rock Café-Miami, 401 Biscayne Blvd., and Tuesday, Nov. 16, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., at the Florida International University School of Hospitality and Tourism, 3000 NE 151 St.

For information contact Lisa Jackson or Elaine Nunez, 1-310-482-0502 (cell phone), or by email at <hkcasting2010@yahoo.com>.

Hell’s KItchen will follow the chefs 24/7 through the perils of working in Chef Ramsay’s pressure-filled restaurant, capturing the wrath, emotion and adrenaline rush that comes with cooking in a top-notch restaurant. Contestants will have to prove they have the endurance and skills to work with Chef Ramsay as they are pushed to their limits.

Casting is searching for Chefs, 21 and older, who are outspoken, competitive and can stand the heat in one of the most exclusive and toughest kitchens in the world. Applicants must be passionate, skilled at their craft and aim to become the next winner of Hell’s Kitchen.

If you think you have what it takes to smoke the competition, then visit <www.fox.com/hellskitchen> or <www.theconlincompany.com> for open call locations and general casting information.

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2 Comments on "Hell’s Kitchen to conduct Miami area casting calls"

  1. this guy is a complete a-shole! Why would anyone want to work with him. His show is scripted and check the fact that there has been suicides of people on his show after total ridicule… Enough of these so called " Reality shows"! Wake up America!

    • I kinda agree with you Mark on your first comment but keep in mind that's the kinda guy it take s to create drama, and drama is what makes a successful reality show. But behind the scenes I have heard his restaurants he personally owns aren't doing so well, so maybe it would be even a better idea to put is own restaurants on Hell's Kitchen. He is now playing it safe with only licensing his name to restaurant investors as I believe he might of closed down or will be closing some of his own restaurants.

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