Doron Ofir Casting is now seeking unique collectors for the hit documentary television show, “My Collection Obsession.” The series focuses on individuals with the most unique and impressive collections and obsessions across America. Whether it’s a passion for vacuum cleaners or Dolly Parton, “My Collection Obsession” aims to find the ultimate collectors and uncover the biggest and best collections that America’s most obsessed have to offer.

“As collector myself of pop culure memorabilla I thrive on the hunt, and the acquisition of an elusive item is the ultimate thrill. The pride of owning and displaying my personal treasures is an emotional and satisfying feat. I am seeking others who are  surrounding themselves  amongst the things they love most” Doron Ofir, Casting Director.

If you or someone you know has an incredible collection or obsession and would be interested in appearing on the show, please send a short description of your collection/obsession and brief explanation regarding why you were drawn to this particular object, theme, idea or lifestyle.


Please include your name, age, city of residence, photos of you and your collection/obsession and a phone number or email where you can be reached for further questions.


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