Taking it seriously was something Marter’s parents didn’t want her to do either and they were worried about her not completing her degree in, appropriately enough, TV production.
But in the end, both Marter’s family and friends were supportive of her being cast on “The Real World.” “I was really happy and excited for her,” says Lauryn Kinsella, Marter’s ‘Big Sister’ during their sorority days at Monmouth.
Dustin Zito, outfitted in a gray sweatshirt, basketball shorts, and a backwards baseball cap, waltzes from the kitchen to a bathroom.
As he waits for his girlfriend, Heather Marter, a petite and a pretty blonde who’s blow-drying her hair in her bathroom. I’m really sorry.” “I don’t really want to know anything else,” says Marter.
“My parents gave us everything they could because we almost lost my brother.
But I became more reliable on myself.” Marter was a junior at Monmouth when she saw a flyer for an open-call in Philadelphia for “The Real World.” “I wanted to be a casting director and I never actually thought about getting on the show,” says Marter.
This caused her to become more flexible and strong.” Marter also matured and became independent, which she credits with helping her deal with difficult situations on “The Real World.” “I was with a lot of family members and bounced around to different houses and schools,” says Marter.At that moment, Zito seemed like the worst gamble that Marter took while living in Sin City.Instead, years later, he ended up being the best one.The first-place finisher wins 0,000, second-place wins 0,000 and third-place wins ,000. A pivotal moment during the 25th season of the popular MTV reality show “The Real World,” takes place in the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.