talent scout


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someone employed to discover and recruit talented persons (especially in the worlds of entertainment or sports)

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The young UK resident who died after undergoing a cosmetic buttock treatment in the United States wanted to be a 'famous' dancer, according to a talent scout.
The Talent SCout contest is designed to showcase the capabilities inherent in our SCout service platform while we demonstrate how easy it is for a developer to create and quickly bring to market new services that provide operators with new revenue streams, enhance a mobile user's experience and make developers' lives a whole lot less stressful," Casey continued.
WELSH talent scout Mark Jermin is searching for a new star for an up-and-coming TV project.
Excellent Show and Talent Scout make greater appeal as Excellent Show runs in a 5f handicap and his record at the minimum trip on Polytrack reads 2210, while Talent Scout shaped as though the step up to 1m1/2f would suit when winning a 7f handicap on what was only his third Polytrack start at the course last time.
Jade, 19, was given her small-screen chance after being spotted by a talent scout in Liverpool.
Whether youeCOre a talent scout looking for new talent, a bride looking for a wedding singer, or just an avid fan following the career of an unknown artist, TalentTrove.
While performing at a New York City club, Peyroux was approached by an Atlantic Records talent scout who signed her and produced her first record in 1996.
Paul Gallagher, 37, has not worked since losing his high-rolling job as a talent scout for the band's former record label.
Ms Cook-Wilson worked with an Enterprise Talent Scout from the North East Business & Innovation Centre (BIC) in Sunderland to plan her business, finance and marketing.
He is focused on his role as a talent scout at the LTA.
Storm was founded in 1987 by legendary talent scout Sarah Doukas, who famously spotted the young Ms Moss at JFK airport in 1988.
If you go back 20 years, Indy cars were where the top drivers went,'' said Ron Sutton, a small-business consultant and former race driver who describes himself as a talent scout for young drivers.
Jonathan was discovered by a talent scout in a pool hall, where he used to hang out after being expelled from school at the age of 15.
Lena originally intended to be a hairdresser before being spotted by a talent scout.
CAREER: He was singing with a skiffle group when a talent scout noticed him and he was on his way to achieving his ambition to become Britain' s Elvis.