DETROIT (WWJ) – No wise quacks. Aflac begins its nationwide search on Wednesday for the successor to Gilbert Gottfried as the voice of the Aflac Duck — no prior experience necessary.

Gottfried was fired after he posted insensitive remarks about the Japanese earthquake and tsunami on Twitter.

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Aflac Vice President Laura Kane explained that live auditions will be held in six cities, New York, L-A, Las Vegas, Chicago, Atlanta and Austin, in about two weeks and you’ll need to make an appointment.

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Detroiters who can’t make one of the live auditions are still in luck, because Aflac is also accepting submissions online.

“We will be taking online submissions through April 1st. We will be holding live auditions on April 4th and 5th. The goal is hopefully making a decision somewhat towards the end of April,” Kane said.

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If you think you have what it takes, you can submit a 30-second audio or video file at www.quackaflac.com.