Expression from Jenn's heart
"Alone Yet Not Alone"
Jenn Gotzon talks Oscar Nomination Annulment
(as castmember) I hope that folks can look past the controversies of recent events, and instead find some comfort in the actual message of the SONG. You are never really "alone" - and you can always hold your head up. This song saved my life during very dark times. I sincerely wish that it brings hope and comfort to others.
Leading Lady in DOONBY
Film Advisory Board awared Jenn Gotzon for her performance in this mysterious, romantic thriller compared to "Its a Wonderful Life" and "Twilight Zone."
Sam Doonby (John Schneider) mysteriously drifts into this small texas town wisking Laura Reaper (Jenn Gotzon) - the spoiled party gal with sass and a secret (she's an alcoholic) - life's direction around. 'Doonby' released in theaters Nov 2013. (trailer)
Shining as Best Actress
On the cover of Valley Social Magazine, "Gotzon continuously garners awards for her Meryl Streep chameleon-like transformations."
Best Actress - "God's Country" (Pocono Mountains Film Festival, 2013), "Doonby" (Film Advisory Board, 2013), 'Stained' (168 Film Festival, 2008), Rising Star Award - 'Chemistry' (Wildwood by the Sea Film Fest, 2008), Best Actress - 'Julie and Jack' (Global Arts Film Festival, 2003) and nominated Best Actor - 'Avvicinatevi: Come Near' (NYC Timmy Award, 2000).
FROST/NIXON World Preem
Actress Jenn Gotzon Lands 1st Major Studio Role in Ron Howard's Oscar-Nominated 'Frost/Nixon' as President Nixon's First Daughter Tricia Nixon.
BFI London Film Festival screened 'Frost/Nixon' opening night. (Pictured) Frost/Nixon father-daughter reuniting: Oscar®-Nom'd Frank Langella and Prod'r Brian Grazer. “Jenn is young & beautiful w/ the ability to express emotions way beyond her years," says Oscar-Nom'd Patty McCormack (Pat Nixon) during interview.
INSPIRING AUDIENCES Nationwide
Gotzon's mentor-outreach for youth allows her to share the message behind the protagonist roles she plays through her campaign "Inspiring Audiences." She hopes to motivate people to live their lives with the passion of heroes, whether they be on-screen or in our own very real lives. (Film discussion: 'Stained')
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