Stripey Horse Produces New All 4 Series 'Make Me A Famous Face'
Independent production company produce first project for Channel 4's digital platform
‘Make Me A Famous Face’ showcases 4 individuals who will stop at nothing to look like their celebrity idols.
All 4, Channel 4’s digital platform, has launched its new series 'Make Me A Famous Face' which follows the stories of four daring individuals who through a series of plastic surgery procedures have reached celebrity-like perfection.
The series, produced by London based independent production company Stripey Horse, draws its inspiration from the passions that turn into obsessions; individuals who end up building and changing their whole lives around what they love to the extent that from an outsiders' point of view, and even friends and family, it appears extreme.
Filming for the series took place across the UK and followed a handful of personalities determined to look like their idols.
From Liverpool’s answer to Pamela Anderson to the ‘Human Ken Doll’, the combined four featured profiles have spent hundreds of thousands of pounds on plastic surgery as they follow in the footsteps of their celebrity idols. The series includes Jordan James Parke who, obsessed with Kim Kardashian, has spent over £110,000 to look like her.
Nicola Martin of Stripey Horse said: “This is our first project working with All 4 and it's been fantastic. I think they saw our fascination with the different expressions of obsessions and fully supported how we wanted to tell their stories. Stripey also have a few other things in development and we're excited about our growing relationship with All 4”.
'Make Me A Famous Face' is available to watch now on All 4 here