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Call to Greatness


Call to Greatness

Call To Greatness
Directed by Austin Reading
Starring Andreas Wigand
Drew Bell
Paul Prado
Rainbow Borden
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 8[1]
Running time 30 min.
Original channel MTV
Original release April 3, 2006 (2006-04-03)- 2006
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Call to Greatness was a reality television show on MTV. The show aired during 2006 and ran for five episodes. In the show, a group of five men, known as "Team C2G", travelled around the United States trying to beat world records.[2][3] This included shot-putting a tuba as far as they could, furthiest distance jumping a hearse over a short bus, eating worms, beating a speed record of an unexpected item (such as the fastest living room space, built on a truck), blowing the biggest bubble gum ever, etc.

According to CTV, the group broke 33 records during the filming of the show, individually and collectively. [2]

The cast members were Andreas Wigand, Drew Bell, Ghost, Paul Prado, and Rainbow Borden.[1][4]

The son of a preacher and an artist, Ghost the rockstar of all record breakers was born on February 28 in Indianapolis,Indiana. He later moved to Atlanta,Georgia when he was a teenager.

In Late 2006, Call to Greatness was moved to MTV2. The producers of the show decided not to continue on with the series after the move due to budget restraints.


  1. ^ a b Larue, William (30 March 2006). "Ex-Dewitt Resident Answers MTV's "Call to Greatness' ; if it's gross and grueling, andreas wigand, 20, and his co-stars go for the record, beginning monday night.".  
  2. ^ Hibberd, James (25 April 2005). "Liquid Pours ‘Greatness’ for MTV Sked; Players Vie for Records".  
  3. ^ Petkofsky, Andrew (30 August 2005). "MTV Show Visits W&M ; College Students Have a Wild Time Taking on an Offbeat Record".  
  4. ^ Ho, Rodney (3 April 2006). "Stupid human tricks get a new, local face".  

External links

  • Official Website
  • The Cast Bios
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