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A Day in The Life of A Hollywood Location Scout

Siobhan Reid caught up with the high-flying location scout Caleb Duffy to talk movies, travel and what he misses the most about LA when he’s on the road.

Caleb Duffy’s resume reads like our “Recently Watched” list on Netflix: True Detective, Ocean’s Eleven, Erin Brokovich, Traffic. One of the most sought-after location manager’s in Hollywood, he travels around the world in search of set locations for film and TV. Duffy has scuba-dived for shipwrecks in the Bahamas and scoped out million-dollar mansions in Palm Springs, and as a native Angeleno, he’s one of the first to be called when directors like Woody Allen and Steven Soderbergh come to town. Here he spills on his high-flying job.

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