CEO –Pitman Casting & PartyPit Productions Inc.

Executive Producer/Content Creator/Casting Director

Jacqui Pitman is the owner/CEO of PartyPit Productions Inc. as well as Pitman Casting Inc., a full-service reality television casting and development company in Los Angeles.

Over the past several years, Pitman Casting has cast over 500 unscripted reality television shows. Some casting credits include The Golden Bachelor, America’s Most Wanted, Price is Right, Let’s Make a Deal, Wheel of Fortune, Blind Date, Kids Say The Darndest Things, Big Brother 2, Face Off (seasons 1-13), Dating Naked, Hollywood Game Night (pilot and premiere season), Play-Doh Squish, Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge, Who Wants to be a Supermodel?, Dual Survival, and I, Caveman.

In partnership with Asylum Entertainment and under her PartyPit Productions Inc. shingle, Jacqui Pitman created, executive produced, and cast Bravo’s To Rome for Love. The show followed 5 single African-American women as they headed to Italy with relationship expert Diann Valentine to find themselves while searching for “The One.”

Before opening her own shingles, Jacqui was mentored by the late Howard Schultz, serving as his VP of Development for over 15 years. At Lighthearted Entertainment, Jacqui developed, and co-executive produced ABC’s hit plastic surgery show, Extreme Makeover, and created and executive produced the hit MTV show NEXT!, which Jacqui admits was based on her personal dating life at the time.

Under PartyPit Productions Inc., Jacqui continues to develop her own original reality show concepts, with projects under recent option to both ABC and CBS Studios. Pitman has also applied her reality development expertise to numerous properties for Snapchat, Amazon, ABC, CBS, NBC, Bravo, Netflix, Facebook, OWN, HBO MAX, HGTV, Discovery, Food Network, GSN, Syfy, WE Network, CMT, CNBC, Lifetime, TNT, MTV and VH1.

Originally from New Jersey, Pitman was a foster child from the ages of 7-18. For years she has held annual drives to raise funds for children in the foster care system. Jacqui Pitman is now launching “Marvin Cares for Kids,” a non-profit to help foster children aging out of the system find a career path in the entertainment industry. “Marvin Cares for Kids” is named after Pitman’s brother, also a foster child, who passed away from a fatal asthma attack when he was just 14 years old.

Pitman is represented by Robyn Lattaker-Johnson at A3 Artists Agency: 310-859-0627.