Tracey Gold Issues Casting Call For Eating Disorder Series

Tracey Gold (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Tracey Gold (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Tracey Gold, the actress best known for her role on the ’80s superhit ‘Growing Pains‘ – and a recovered anorexic – is currently casting for a reality show on eating disorders.

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Gold posted a casting notice for what is being referred to as ‘The Tracey Gold Project‘ on Facebook. There, she’s seeking men and women over the age of 18 who are struggling with anorexia, bulimia, compulsive eating or another eating disorder, for what they dub a documentary.

The prospective series would be produced by GRB Entertainment, the makers of A&E’s gripping addiction show, ‘Intervention.’

Participants will receive 90 days of treatment at a leading eating disorder facility. The solicitation states, in part: “Working with established eating disorder clinics in Southern California, Tracey will use cutting edge motivational exercises and her own personal experiences to motivate change in the dangerous behaviors of people on the brink.”

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“Along with some of the country’s leading eating disorder professionals,” the casting call continues, “Tracey will act as a mentor, guide and coach and enter into the lives of damaged families to discover and root out the causes of life-threatening disorders, and she pushes people to face their problems head-on and accept responsibility to change.”

If you or someone you know is suffering from an eating disorder and are interested in sharing your story on the show, email and tell them you read about it here.

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