The Starlet

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The Starlet is a reality television program on The WB that premiered on March 26, 2005.

Ten young actresses lived together in a home formerly owned by Marilyn Monroe, while competing in a series of acting challenges for the chance to win a role on the WB drama One Tree Hill and a management contract with 3 Arts Entertainment.

Hosted by Katie Wagner, the girls were judged by a panel composed of actresses Faye Dunaway, and Vivica A. Fox, along with casting director Joseph Middleton. The show was a creation of Jamie Kennedy. Jaime Pressly, Days of Our Lives's Matt Cedeño, David Gallagher and Adam LaVorgna from The WB's 7th Heaven also made guest appearances. The eventual winner was 18-year-old Michelynne McGuire, with Mercedes Connor as the runner up.

The Starlet was cancelled in April 5, 2005 after only 1 season of 6 episodes.

Contestants (in reverse order of elimination)

Contestant
Michelynne McGuire
Mercedes Connor
Katie Kneeland
Cecile Raubenheimer
Lauren Alonzo
Donna Janelle
Neva Massey
Courtney Ell
Andie Bolt
Andria Mullins

External links

  • Official Website (via Internet Archive)
  • The Starlet on IMDb
  • The Starlet at TV.com
  • Yahoo! TV
  • Reality TV World
Reviews
  • Washington Post
  • San Francisco Chronicle
  • Hollywood Reporter
  • Sirlinksalot, news articles


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