What you will hear in our discussion with Kelly Collins Lintz:
- God’s plan in show business
- Raising faith-based teenagers
- Help your kids rebound from disappointments
- Disappointments disguised as God’s protection
- Raising children in the movie-making business
- Protecting her family from the Hollywood lifestyle
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More about our featured guest Kelly Collins Lintz
Kelly Collins Lintz grew up just outside of Philadelphia, PA, where she got her B.A. in Theatre Performance from Penn State University. She began her professional career on stage with the Orlando Shakespeare Festival before moving on to film and television work that spans the last two decades. In addition to countless commercial and industrial credits, she has appeared on many television shows including recurring stints on the CW’s “One Tree Hill”, NBC’s “Surface”, and Lifetime’s “Army Wives.” Film credits include “The Mist,” “We’re the Millers”, most recently “Miracles From Heaven”, playing Jen Garner’s best friend, and the upcoming “Gifted”, with Chris Evans and Octavia Spenser.
Lintz now resides in Atlanta and Los Angeles with her husband of 23 years, Marc. She has 4 children, all of whom, under Lintz’s tutelage, have been able to gain steady work as professional actors as well. Oldest daughter Mackenzie began her career as one of the ill fated tributes in The Hunger Games, and went on to star on CBS’s “Under the Dome” for three seasons. Madison is most noted for playing doomed Sophia Peletier on “The Walking Dead,” and now stars on Amazon’s “Bosch.” Matt, at the age of fourteen has already worked with acclaimed directors Rob Zombie, Chris Columbus and Gary Ross. He starred in “Pixels” with Adam Sandler, and can next be seen with Matthew McConaughey in “The Free State of Jones.” Macsen, the youngest, has appeared in movies like Hall Pass, Project Almanac, Grudge Match and Scary Movie 5.
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