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Television; Pier pressure for 'Candidate' hopefuls; A small gathering of Southland applicants banter and bicker about their chances in Santa Monica.
[HOME EDITION]
Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Subjects: Auditions; Television programs -- American Candidate
Author: Smith, Lynn
Date: May 23, 2004
Start Page: E.24
Section: Sunday Calendar; Part E; Calendar Desk
Abstract (Document Summary)

Already, the local applicants have started squabbling "Apprentice"-style. One, an artist known as Boke, blew off the meet- up at the pier after accusing another candidate, Bob Vanech, of a power play in arranging where and how the event would unfold. Venture capitalist Vanech acknowledged the process was only "semi- democratic."

Vanech and [Mike Dwyer] disclosed they had already participated in a screen test at an El Segundo hotel. While Dwyer said he was discouraged about his chances afterward, Vanech said, "They told me I did great. They want someone who can talk to the cameras."

MAKING HIS CASE: Bob Vanech,right, said he's confident about making the final cut even as hundreds of others were auditioning across the U.S.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Mel Melcon Los Angeles Times

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