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talent scout

a person whose occupation is the search for talented artists, sportsmen, performers, etc., for engagements as professionals
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"I know there will be a lot of people affected by this because there were talent scouts on every corner when I was there," she said.
The action follows Melody and her fellow students through the ups and downs of college life, falling in love and fighting off the attentions of an unscrupulous talent scout. Performed by the South Staffs College Performing Arts Department, the production features 16 original songs mostly with a 1980s feel.
Summary: New Delhi, May 10th: The one-day talent scout conducted by Gary Kirsten Cricket in the national capital saw the selection of six promising candidates for further training.
MUSIC The Overtones The five-piece vocal harmony group made up of Mike, Darren, Tim, Lachie and Mark were discovered by a Warner Brothers talent scout whilst working as decorators in London.
She signed with the Los Angeles-based talent scout East West Artists and will start filming her scenes for the film this month.
CELTIC chief talent scout David Moss has left Parkhead to become Huddersfield's new head of football operations.
Amelia Kearney, 16, was approached by a talent scout after she was spotted at a Beyonce concert in Birmingham when she was aged just 13.
Club members were absolutely delighted to hear that Cirque du Soleil Acrobatic Talent Scout, Charlie Burrows, had contacted City of Birmingham's Head Tumbling Coach and former World Championship medallist, Chris Porter, with an extended invitation for the club's topflight gymnasts and coaches to attend their new show.
Tom was spotted by a talent scout during another Cambridge show, landing bit-parts in TV films as a student before finding fame as Loki in the Thor movies.
Riverside Lives' booking agent and talent scout, Ben Yeowart, said: "Seeing Lee strut his stuff at the age of 80 is something the great north music public will be telling their future grandchildren about.
Cameron Hogan, 14, an aspiring actor, was "auditioned" by Sean Johnson - posing as a talent scout.
When her mother's sleazy boyfriend, talent scout Ray Say (Michael Caine), hears her mimic great singers, he arranges to have her perform at a seedy night club.