Fred W. Newcomb
Finance Investor, Private Equity Owner, International Affairs Specialist
Film Advisory Board Awarded Actress, Chief Actress and Producer of Hollywood Spiritual Films, Social Activist
Jenn Gotzon is known as the No.1 actress in the American faith-based market. She starred in over 70 projects including two Oscar Nominated films: “Frost/Nixon” and “Alone Yet Not Alone”. She portrayed U.S. President Richard Nixon’s daughter Tricia Nixon in the 2009 film “Frost/Nixon”. After the premiere of “Doonby” at the Festival de Cannes in which she starred as a lead, she reached the No.1 position on the fans index among all American actresses in May 2011 and kept the record for weeks. Her movie “My Daddy is in Heaven” broke records as a mover and shaker on Amazon and trended on Netflix, followed by Lionsgate’s “Saving Faith.”
Gotzon and her husband Jim E. Chandler created and own the family franchise “The Farmer and The Belle” producing award-winning movies, commercially relevant books, and on-trend jewelry. Their first movie, an inspirational Christmas comedy, “The Farmer and The Belle: Saving Santaland” was in theaters Thanksgiving 2021 and a best seller on Amazon for six weeks upon release.
Jenn launched their jewelry line on QVC before Christmas along with her book “Divine Beauty: Becoming Beautiful based on God’s Truth” in which she co-authored with Michelle Cox. Jenn Gotzon speaks at conferences, schools, and festivals on film, acting, and most recently your beauty within.