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Christian Devotions Speak UP! with Jenn Gotzon

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Jenn Gotzon is a small-town girl who has big dreams of making a difference in people's lives as a rising Indie film star. She will star in nine feature films coming to theaters and DVD this year ranging from family-friendly films, faith-based movies, romantic-comedies, action thrillers, to historical human interest portrayals.

Gotzon’s career break portraying President Nixon's daughter, Tricia Nixon, (cameo) in Ron Howard's Oscar nominee Frost/Nixon, launched her as an American leading lady starring in several movies (in theaters 2012 and 2013), shooting her to No. 2 on IMDB Starmeter. Gotzon strives to make a difference in people's lives through the roles she plays on and off screen through mentorship and educational programs via talent convention AMTC (Actors Models Talent for Christ), and motivational outreach high school program Inspiring Audiences.

Last year she starred in five feature films: Romance-mystery-drama Doonby opposite The Dukes of Hazzard star John Schneider; political-thriller Dragon Day about a Chinese cyber-takeover of the U.S.; French and Indian War drama and true-story Alone Yet not Alone, in which she plays a historical British captive; musical with a twist of faith September Skies; and entertaining family drama, Gods Country, directed by her husband Chris Armstrong and set to be distributed by Sony. This year, Gotzon commenced principal photography on inspirational drama I Am…Gabriel, written and directed by Chuck Norris’s son Mike Norris (starring her Doonby co-star, John Schneider and Dean Cain); 1940’s old-Hollywood comedy The Screenwriters; crime suspense thriller Untouched as the district attorney; and The Divine Comedy triology as heroine Beatrice in Dante's Inferno Documented.

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