Barbizon of Delaware has been training and developing top models and actors for numerous years. We provide clients with well trained models, actors, singers and dancers! Our models and talent can be seen throughout the world on the runway, in magazines, on TV, and in movies! We represent models and talent form Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and New Jersey, not only at our location in Wilmington, but also in Philadelphia. Our International division Barbizon Chique has launched many top careers such as those of Quinn McColgan, Melody Woodin, Christina Makowski, Ryan Phillippe, Dennis Johnson, Nate and Brandon Hill, as well as many many more. Our training prepares you for all of the challenges life has to offer while letting you explore the exciting world of modeling and acting. Whether your goal is to gain confidence, walk the runway, be on TV, or simply learn how to look your best, we are the training center for you!!
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17-B Trolley Square
Wilmington, DE 19806
M – T 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM
FRI 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
SAT 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Barbizon is registered and has met the requirements set forth by the California Labor Commissioner and has posted a two $50,000 bonds pursuant to Section 995.710 of the Civil Code Procedure. Surety Bond #84815 and #451756.
**Louisiana and Utah Students: This program is not designed to qualify participants and graduates for gainful employment. It is intended for the avocation, personal development, enrichment and enjoyment of its participants. The program is intended only for students attending primary or secondary schools, and is not open to post-secondary students.
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