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Models & Actors in Charleston, SC


Charleston, South Carolina is an Old South city with irresistible charm and beauty. Steeped in history, Charleston is a place visitors rarely want to leave. The city boasts 73 pre-Revolutionary buildings, 136 late-18th century structures, and over 600 others built before the 1840s. Idyllic beach resorts at Kiawah Island, Seabrook, Wild Dunes and Edisto Island offer miles of unspoiled beaches and marshlands, and posh accommodations. Charleston sites to visit include some of the most culturally-rich South Carolina beaches, recreation facilities, and fine dining. With some many uniquely Charleston things to do, you too may never want to leave. With years of hospitality-specific marketing experience, combined with superior model and talent resources, Tucker MarCom prides itself on delivering quality models and actors for Charleston's fashion designers, Charleston Magazine, retail stores, fashion runway shows, promotional videos, and collateral for its many popular vacation resorts and hotels.


Charleston Fashion Week

Showcasing emerging designer and models across the East Coast, Charleston Fashion Week® has fast become one of the premier fashion weeks in North America since its founding in 2007. Held in March under the tents in Marion Square in Charleston, SC, this five-night celebration will feature more than 35 runway shows, the Emerging Designer Competition: East, the Spring Bridal Show, and the Rock the Runway Model Competition. Accredited with launching the careers of numerous up-and-coming fashion designers and models, this true multimedia event presents high-end runway shows, interactive entertainment, chic after-parties, and press events.

All eyes were on Charleston Fashion Week as industry professionals, fashion designers, and celebrities gathered for the 2012 Rock the Runway competition. Our Talent Division Agent/Director, Jennifer Tucker, discovered (and developed) Hilton Head teen, Nikki Jansen. She took first place winning a cash prize and modeling endorsements. Over 1,000 applicants are seen during casting calls throughout Charleston, Charlotte, and Atlanta with only the top 5 male and top 10 female models selected by their featured designers and boutique owners to strut before the panel of judges during the Rock the Runway event. Tucker scouted Nikki at age 11.


Television & Film in Charleston

"Army Wives", a hit series on Lifetime has provided Tucker with many opportunities for principle actors and background extras. Stars of "Army Wives" included Kim Delaney, Catherine Bell, Sally Pressman, and Brigid Brannagh. Tucker actors also worked on the set of "Dear John" in Charleston. "Dear John" is a feature film - romantic drama about a soldier who falls for a conservative college student while he's home on leave. Stars of the film are Channing Tatum, Henry Thomas, and Amanda Seyfried. The director is Lasse Hallstrom.

If you need to book Charleston talent, look no further - Tucker MarCom is your best talent source. Models, Actors, and Promotional Talent can be found throughout the year in Charleston, South Carolina appearing in visitor brochures, promotional videos, sales presentation collateral, television commercials, working special events, acting as brand characters, and participating in fashion runway shows.



South Carolina Film Commission

One major film and production resource in South Carolina is the South Carolina Film Commission. They can supply production with locations for filming that include mountains and the coast, rural settings and pristine waterways, modern, urban environments, small-town storefronts, historic antebellum buildings, and sub-tropical jungles. According to the SC Film Commission, this incredibly diverse state has been the backdrop for more than 100 feature films, 70+ TV movies, series, and pilots, 500+ print ad and catalog shoots, and many other mediums going back to the Edison Company's The Southerners in 1914, Pathe Company's How Could You Caroline? in 1918, and Cecil B. DeMille's Reap the Wild Wind in 1941.

Named eighth in the nation for its pro-business environment by CNBC, SC provides the tools and structure for businesses to succeed. South Carolina is also one of the country's leading incentive states for feature films and television series. Our industry-savvy film commission is dedicated to making the experience of your next production in South Carolina successful and hassle-free.

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