Jersey Shore Spin-off: Guidos Replaced By Persians

Apr. 8 2010, Published 11:41 a.m. ET

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The production company that brought you MTV’s mega hit Jersey Shore, is doing a spin-off with Persians, has learned.

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Doron Ofir Casting is looking for “proud Persian-Americans who rule the Hollywood nightlife and own Beverly Hills.”

And just like Jersey Shore highlights Italian-Americans partying and showing their ethnic pride, Ofir says “It’s time to show the world that being Persian-American is a celebration of the American dream.”

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This show is tentatively called The Persian Version. And the casting directors want people who fit this description:  “You’ve got the means, the money, and the motivation to cut through the velvet rope and rule the VIP! For you life is all about Gucci, Gabbana, Cavalli and Cristal. From BMWs and Bugatis, to Mercedes and Movado and money is no object.

You live a lifestyle most people only dream of. In your world, nothing is out of reach, and though you are surrounded by the jealous, the posers and the haters, one thing's for sure...once you go Persian, there is no other version! “


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Casting is now underway. Producers are looking for the Persian versions of Snooki and The Situation.   They want people who “are at least 21 years old, appear younger than thirty and are outrageous, outspoken and a proud Persian-American.” But most of all “Do you use your exotic appeal to get anything or anyone you desire??” they ask, “ Prove it!”

If you’re interested in being cast in the show send an email to

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