Nancy Stafford Net Worth

Nancy Stafford Net Worth is
$5 Million

Nancy Stafford Biography

All albums/songs earnings listed below. Nancy Stafford was created in Wilton Manors, Florida in June 1954. Stafford became popular for her function as Michelle Thomas on the tv screen series Matlock. Nancy became Miss Florida 1976 and competed in the 1977 Miss America pageant. She began working as a pr specialist and proved helpful as a model at the Ford Model Company. Her first function came in it series McMilan & Wife in 1977. Stafford was nominated for a Grace Award at the MovieGuide Awards in 2011 for some Inspiring Television Performing for Xmas with a Capital C. Somewhere else. Nancy Stafford net value in 2014-2015 is $5,000,000 while like others Nancy Stafford also receives a commission by ads, sponsorships, etc, featuring and endorsement. Her best known function emerged starring as Michelle Thomas in it series Matlock from 1986 to 1992. She’s authored many Christian books and wedded pastor Larry Myers with whom she’s a girl and a grandson. From 1983 to 1986 Stafford starred simply because Joan Halloran in it series St. A global known Celebrity Nancy Stafford born on Saturday, June 05, 1954

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Quick Facts

Full NameNancy Stafford
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthJune 5, 1954
Height1.75 m
EducationFort Lauderdale High School, University of Florida
SpouseLarry Myers
ParentsMarcia Stafford, Leslie Stafford
SiblingsTracy Stafford
MoviesChristmas for a Dollar, Season of Miracles, Christmas with a Capital C, The Wager, Deadly Invasion: The Killer Bee Nightmare
TV ShowsMatlock, Sidekicks, The Doctors

Interesting Facts

1 Credits Andy Griffith as her favorite acting mentor/best friend.
2 Since the early '80s Nancy Stafford has been appearing consistently and frequently on South Florida television as the spokewoman for "Waterbed City, " now known as "City Furniture." It's a job she has held and maintained all during her TV series work, and she continues to make new commercials for them. Consistent work over 1.5 decades is notable. :>
3 Acting mentors were Norman Lloyd and Andy Griffith.
4 Missed several episodes of Matlock (1986), beginning in 1988, because of her busy scheduling.
5 Has endorsed "City Furniture" in Southern Florida for more than 20 years. She continued to make commercials for them, even while appearing on her various series.
6 As a little girl, she followed only one soap opera The Doctors (1963), ironically, she grew up to later play a dual role on it.
7 As a six-year-old girl, she was a huge fan of The Andy Griffith Show (1960), that starred Andy Griffith. Nancy had said on an interview that when she was just a child, she bore a resemblance of Don Knotts in The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964) movie, wearing glasses. Several years after that show went off the air, she auditioned and won the role of a lawyer's assistant on Matlock (1986), for the series second season, when she replaced Linda Purl.
8 A skin cancer survivor at 24.
9 Graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in journalism.
10 Husband Larry Myers is a pastor. They have a daughter and grandson.
11 1995-2005 Hosted a syndicated TV series called Main Floor (1995), which dealt with such topics as fashion and beauty.
12 Best known as Ben Matlock's law partner, Michelle, on TV's Matlock (1986), Nancy spends much of her time as an author of spiritual books and a public speaker.
13 Miss Florida 1976


1 [on the death of Andy Griffith]: I'm heartsick... I am forever grateful for the 5 wonderful years I worked with Andy. They were a highlight of my life. I've never laughed so hard or learned so much! He has left an indelible mark on my life - and the lives of countless millions. He was a consummate professional, an American treasure, and a dear man.
2 [on her on- and off-screen chemistry with Andy Griffith]: I was terrified and charged at the same time, of course, he was an icon, and is an icon. It has just been [and I can't imagine] a greater joy I've had of working those 5 years with him. He's the most genuinely, hysterically, funny human being on the planet. He is sharp as a tact, he is totally ... I was so impressed because he is completely involved in every aspect of that show. He read every single script, he had notes to write, he rewrote scenes that made them better, he's a craftsman with dialogue [of course] coming from his stand-up days, too, you can imagine, and he just knows his stuff.
3 [on Andy Griffith] It was awesome working with Andy. He's absolutely the best. It was a party every day. He's a sheer delight and we got along famously. I adored him. He also loved my husband Larry who plays fiddle and mandolin, and so often Andy would elbow me and say, 'get Larry to come over and bring his instruments.'
4 [on her mentor's, Andy Griffith's 85th Birthday]: Andy is indeed an amazing man! I love him!
5 [When she played Michelle Thomas]: They keep telling me, 'Your wardrobe is nice, Nancy, but where's the teddy?'
6 [As a character actress]: I love being the bad guy, I love dealing with those intense emotions.
7 I was a gangly, klutzy, studious girl, who was respected by the teachers and not at all popular with the other kids.
8 [When she was faced of having her cancer surgery]: I was scared of the surgery, but what really scared me was that the very source of my income and affirmation, my face, had become my life, I felt ashamed. After the surgery I began to search for God.
9 [on writing "Beauty by the Book"]: In college I began to blossom, I grew into my 5-foot-9-inch frame. When I did, boys began to notice, and their attention made me feel good about myself for the first time... My insecurities and low self-image were still there; they were just hidden behind the facade of 'pretty' and 'popular'.
10 [on who has been the most influential person in her life]: My mother. She's the funniest human being I know as well as the most capable, strongest, most optimistic and incredibly talented. She's given me a lot to aspire to.
11 [on the ranch she lives in]: We had a vision to create a place where believers could come to rest, rejuvenate and heal and where the artistic community could come to work on creative projects. It's a place of conception of dreams and vision. As time passed, the ache I had for children began to lift from me.
12 I wouldn't be the person I am today if it weren't for the painful things that I've gone through in life. God has used them to develop what could never have been formed in me in any other way.
13 I struggled as a young girl, feeling very rejected, very ridiculed because of my appearance. Then, irony of ironies, after blossoming but still never feeling good enough, I got into the most rejection-prone occupations: model and actress.


Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2011 Grace Award MovieGuide Awards Most Inspiring Television Acting Christmas with a Capital C (2011)



Nazareth 2017 TV Movie post-production Olivia Taylor
A Mermaid's Tale 2016 TV Movie post-production Thaleia
Common Threads 2016 Short completed Maybelle Bleu
Running 2016 TV Series pre-production Maggie Price
King of the Cannibals announced Mrs. Paton
The Line TV Movie post-production Ambrose
Heaven Bound 2017 Josie
I'm Not Ashamed 2016 Mrs. Talbot
Heritage Falls 2016/I Laura Fitzpatrick
Heaven Help Us 2014 Short Kat Banks
Christmas for a Dollar 2013 Mrs. Rathbone
Assumed Killer 2013 Dr. Weston
Season of Miracles 2013 Nurse Barbara
Superheroes Don't Need Capes 2013 Jenny
Foreclosed 2013 Short Terri Boyd
Christmas Oranges 2012 Mrs. Hartley
Race to the Finish 2012 Julie
Christmas with a Capital C 2011 Kristen Reed
The Mentalist 2008 TV Series Rosemary Tennant
The Wager 2007 Annie Steele
The Proverb 2004 Short Lady in Park
Judging Amy 2003 TV Series Judge Bell
ER 2002 TV Series Alan's Mom
Destiny 2002/II Counselor
Baywatch 1997 TV Series Cassie Rose
Babylon 5 1996 TV Series Dr. Mary Kirkish
Frasier 1996 TV Series Claire Barnes
Main Floor 1995 TV Series Hostess
Deadly Invasion: The Killer Bee Nightmare 1995 TV Movie Karen Ingram
Saved by the Bell: The College Years 1993 TV Series Judith Trudell
Moment of Truth: A Child Too Many 1993 TV Movie Sharon Davis
Matlock 1986-1992 TV Series Michelle Thomas / Caryn Nelson / Caroline Nathan
Quantum Leap 1990 TV Series Pageant Coordinator Peg Myers
Sidekicks 1986-1987 TV Series Patricia Blake
U.S. Marshals: Waco & Rhinehart 1987 TV Movie Joyce
D.C. Cops 1986 TV Movie Molly St. Clair
You Are the Jury 1986 TV Series Diane Blake
St. Elsewhere 1983-1986 TV Series Joan Halloran
Scarecrow and Mrs. King 1985 TV Series Colleen Donnelly
Magnum, P.I. 1985 TV Series Amy Griswald
Hunter 1985 TV Series Nell Armstrong
Remington Steele 1985 TV Series Jennifer Davenport
Riptide 1985 TV Series Lt. Peggy Burke
Who's the Boss? 1984 TV Series Trish Baldwin
Lone Star 1983 TV Movie Amanda Talbot
The Doctors 1982 TV Series Adrienne Hunt Manning / Adrienne / Felicia Hunt
Q 1982 Eyewitness


Heaven Help Us 2014 Short written by
Superheroes Don't Need Capes 2013 writer
Race to the Finish 2012 co-writer


Heaven Help Us 2014 Short executive producer
Superheroes Don't Need Capes 2013 associate producer
Race to the Finish 2012 associate producer


Filmed in Utah 2012 TV Series Herself
Praise the Lord 2002 TV Series Herself
The Chuck Woolery Show 1991 TV Series Herself
25th Annual Country Music Association Awards 1991 TV Special Herself
The New Hollywood Squares 1989 TV Series Guest Appearance
The Pat Sajak Show 1989 TV Series Herself
Super Password 1984-1989 TV Series Herself - Celebrity Contestant / Herself
Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour 1984 TV Series Herself - Panelist
The 41st Annual Golden Globe Awards 1984 TV Special Herself
The Miss Teen USA Pageant 1983 TV Special Herself - Judge

Archive Footage

Matlock 1993-1994 TV Series Michelle Thomas

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