Nancy Stafford

Born Jun 5, 1954
Age 62
Hometown Wilton Manors, Fl...
Height 5' 0'' (1.5m)
Other Names Nancy Elizabeth S...
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde

Nancy Elizabeth Stafford is an American prolific character actress of stage, speaker and author, known for her roles in soap operas and television. She came to prominence in the 1980s as Ben Matlock's law partner and friend, Michelle Thomas, on Matlock (a role she played from 1987 to 1992), before she played Judge Bell on Judging Amy. She hosted a syndicated TV series called "Main Floor" (1995–2005), a show about fashion and beauty. Husband Larry Myers is a pastor.… Read More

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1954 Birth Born on June 5, 1954.


1972 18 Years Old Lauderdale High School in 1972, she was Miss Florida 1976, competing in the 1977 Miss America Pageant. … Read More


1982 28 Years Old In 1982, Stafford moved to Los Angeles, where she had her first guest-starring role playing the dual role of Adrienne/Felicia Hunt on the daytime soap opera The Doctors. … Read More
1983 29 Years Old In 1983, Stafford has won her first regular role on the NBC medical drama series, St. Elsewhere, as Joan Halloran. … Read More


1986 32 Years Old 1 More Event
She later starred as Patricia Blake in the short-lived ABC series Sidekicks from 1986 to 1987. … Read More


2006 52 Years Old Stafford is the author of many Christian books such as: Beauty by the Book: Seeing Yourself as God Sees You; The Wonder of His Love: A Journey into the Heart of God, and her 2006 book, Mothers & Daughters Taking Your Adult Relationship to a Deeper Level. … Read More
2008 54 Years Old 1 More Event
…  In a 2008 interview with Christians in Cinema, she said that she had been a born-again Christian, since she was eight years old. … Read More
2010 56 Years Old According to a 2010 interview with the actress on On Screen and Beyond, there was a remarkable on- and off-screen relationship between Stafford and Griffith.
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