talent scout

  1. someone employed to discover and recruit talented persons (especially in the worlds of entertainment or sports)
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  • But when a talent scout discovered young Allegra in a eurhythmics class at the age of 3 and wanted to put her on television, her parents' initial reaction was that she was too young. Thestar.com - Home Page
  • Currently, the only publicly funded showcase for local talent at the festival is the British Council's biannual event, to which it invites 250 international talent scouts.
  • While eminent singers will be involved as members of the jury, the talent scouting exercise will go on for six consecutive months.
  • These are women who have been schooled into passivity, so they're left with the fantasy of being discovered, of someone else stepping in to make their destiny - a man, a talent scout or a headhunter.
  • Dumby's spectacular football prowess has been spotted by a city talent scout, which sets up the need for him to win Best Player in the final against a much stronger team.
  • Talent scouts spotted him playing on the amateur circuit.
  • Talent scouts spotted him playing on the amateur circuit.
  • He's also, to varying extents, the producer, publicist, talent scout, music director, photographer, and costume designer.
  • General managers, in addition to business-side duties, sit atop a pyramid of talent scouts.
  • As a bandleader, songwriter, and talent scout, Otis was a real force in the Los Angeles scene.
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