episode 75: Making “First Lady” and Life in the Screen Trade with Nancy Stafford and Nina May.



Nancy Stafford, known to millions as Andy Griffith’s law partner on TV’s “Matlock” and Nina May, an award winning independent film maker, join me to talk about their new film “First Lady” a romantic comedy feature film premiering Valentine’s Day 2020.

Nancy’s been a series regular on many TV shows and as an author, has written two best-selling books.

Nina, the founder of Renaissance Women Productions, has also written and directed the awards winning “Daily Bread” and “Life Fine Tuned”.

Among the many things we talk about:

Nancy’s start in life as Miss Florida, being a Ford model, and as a star in over 300 commercials before starting her career in TV.

What life is like for Christian women artists in the TV and film business.

How independent films get made.

The “Me Too” movement.

How their strong Christian faith has helped both Nina and Nancy succeed in life and their careers.

Advice for young women venturing into the entertainment business.

Join me in learning from these smart and charming women.


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