Deal or No Deal: Holding Casting Call in Hawaii Tuesday, March 18, 2008 Fans of Deal or No Deal can finally try their luck at becoming a millionaire as NBC's high stakes international game show of chance and odds kicks off a nationwide search for contestant with an open casting call at Pearlridge Center Uptown in Honolulu, Hawaii on Saturday, March 29. The casting call is expected to begin promptly at 10am, with all hopeful participants lined up by 1pm, which is the cutoff time for the casting. All those standing in line by 1pm will reportedly be guaranteed an interview. No special skills are required for Deal or No Deal, although the show is seeking aspiring contestants who are energetic, charismatic and outgoing individuals who can think quickly on their feet. Candidates should be at least 18 years of age, and a legal resident of the United States. For more details, check out the show's official website. Created by John de Mol, Deal or No Deal is a game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck at becoming a millionaire. The game enables contestants to choose a briefcase from 26 models that holds a random amount of money. As each round progresses, players have to settle on whether or not to accept an offer from the mysterious banker or to hold on and see of their briefcase contains a higher amount or even the million-dollar jackpot. Once a decision is made, the game play ends and the player is left with the banker's offer or whatever amount is in the case. Meanwhile, fans can also catch Deal or No Deal every Monday at 9/8c and Thursday at 8/7c on NBC. In the next episode, Mike Fisher of Bedford County, Tennessee plays for the top prize of $1 million in a high-energy match of nerves, instincts and raw intuition.