To know Angela Shelton is to love her. To work on a film with her—as I have twice—is to witness a force of nature and a force for good.
Mark Ordesky, Producer
A FORCE OF NATURE
Angela Shelton is a multiple award-winning writer, filmmaker, actor and comedian.
She is also an acclaimed public speaker who has spoken in Congress as well as at numerous locations and events internationally.
She has written a number of books for adults and children and continues to create and develop new projects for film and TV.
A FORCE FOR GOOD
Angela wrote, directed and produced the feature film, Heart, Baby! A ground-breaking (and heart-breaking) true story based in a Tennessee prison in the 1980s.
Angela’s directing debut, Searching for Angela Shelton, won multiple awards and received significant media attention, including The Oprah Winfrey Show and the cover of The New York Times.
As well as scripts for film and TV, Angela has written a number of books for adults, including a memoir about the making of Searching for Angela Shelton.
She has also published books for children, The Adventures of Tilda Pinkerton and Tilda Pinkerton’s Magical Hats.
Angela first began acting at age 8 when she was a mime at the local mall. Yes, she was!
She has appeared in guest roles in numerous TV shows and film productions.
As a comedian, she was a regular on the Free Speech Show and Comedy Nation and has appeared at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles.
Angela won an Emmy for her performance as Safe Side Superchick in the video series, The Safe Side, created by Julie Clark of Little Einsteins.
Angela has traveled the world speaking to hundreds of audiences about the epidemic of abuse.
She has spoken in Congress, universities, military bases, high schools, elementary schools, community centers, conferences and seminars nationwide and internationally.
She is a very unique speaker with an engaging, accessible style of getting her message across.
Angela has helped thousands of people learn how to move forward and live “happily ever after.” Her unique perspective and humor inspire others to live a joyful life “no matter what you’ve been through”.
The US Dept. of Justice presented Angela with a certificate of appreciation for her hard work on behalf of crime victims, and the mayor of Asheville, NC made April 29th Angela Shelton Day in honor of all abuse survivors.
Angela is one remarkable, talented lady. It took enormous courage, persistence, and honesty to pull this off.
Jake Eberts, Producer
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