Nanêtte Rose Fenton (Maiden name Conigliaro) was born in Brooklyn, New York to parents Nancy and Salvatore Conigliaro. She is the oldest of four siblings; Michael, Robert, and Jamie Anne.
After graduating from North Babylon High School, she graduated from the Barbizon School of Modeling in New York, and attended Dowling College for three years. She married Craig W. Fenton and had twin daughters, Tammy Ann and Heather Rose. They moved to Florida where Nanêtte attended the University of South Florida, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degrees from the College of Education, and the College of Fine Arts, earning a membership in the Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society.
After receiving her teaching certification, she taught mathematics, chemistry, biology, and art, then entered the field of medical claims auditing for Upjohn, Blue Cross, and Tenet Healthcare as Regional Billing Supervisor. She also worked for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (Division of Criminal Investigation) as a Criminal Intelligence Technician.
In 2000, she went into business for herself with FACE THE MUSIC, composing music jingles for TV and radio commercials, recording her original music and lyrics for numerous projects in various venues. She has authored five award-winning screenplays, an award-winning novel (Deadly Lessons) on Amazon, a multi-award winning documentary (Secrets of a Medicine Man), writing and illustrating original children’s books, and acting in several independent films, and TV commercials. In 2005, she registered her business as a Florida Limited Liability Company and changed the name to FENTON PRODUCTIONS, LLC.
Nanêtte once served as Corporate Development Director and Vice President of the Tampa Bay chapter of the Florida Motion Picture & Television Association (FMPTA), an IMDb accredited film entity, a member of the American Association of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), and her work is registered with the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the U.S. Library of Congress Copyright Office. Nanêtte has won 20 film festival awards for her work in writing and music composition. She is also an accomplished artist.
Nanêtte lives and works in Odessa, Florida. Her husband, Craig, retired VP of Commercial Insurance Lines for Wells Fargo, works as a Commercial Insurance Advisor for Harper Insurance Group.
Name: Nanette Fenton
Lives in: Tampa, Florida
Company: Fenton Productions LLC
Occupation: Author, Director, Music Composer, Producer, Screenwriter and Songwriter
Unique traits: Sharp sense of humor, Wild imagination, Expedient in all I do creatively, Honest and trustworthy, Hard worker, Inspirational, Perfectionist, Excellent organizational skills, Motivator.
We Shall Rise
Film (short) by Nanette Fenton (Music) Producer, Composer, Director A patriotic music video produced for the 9-12 Project to inspire people to take action in preserving the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights; including the Founding Father's Principles and Values.
Tastes Just Like Chicken
Film (short) by Ray Nelson (Comedy) Actress A comedic short story about a local laid back Floridian woman whose husband just happens to be an avid bird watcher. They noticed that new neighbors from India were moving in next door with an appetite for exotic birds, so they think! This situation makes for an awkward relationship between these two families that will have you laughing out loud! Written by Ray Nelson
Secrets of a Medicine Man
Film by Nanette Fenton (Documentary) Producer, Writer, Director, Casting director, Self The focus of this documentary is to educate, document and share the amazing life and achievements of a special Native American... See full synopsis »
Film by Ziad Ahmed (Action and Drama) Actress A young Moroccan man fulfills his dream of going to America only to find himself caught in a triangle of two warring mafia families and the FBI.
Contact from Beyond
Film (short) by Chris C. Conklin (Drama) Producer, Actress, Casting director, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director This short story focuses on a successful, independent woman who lives in Trinity Florida. Shannon Rayne receives disturbing news from her doctor that prompts her to activate a well-thought out plan. Her overwhelming fear of life after death causes Shannon to search for answers. That question and more are explored when this group of friends are taken on a journey beyond. What will happen when they step into the unknown? How will they cope? Experience the shocking reality when our cameras take you to the other side. Written by Anonymous
Granny Goes Wild
Film (short) by Chris C. Conklin (Comedy) Actress, Composer, Costume designer
Best Kept Economic Secret
Film (short) by Tammy Peralta (Documentary) Producer, Writer The Best Kept Economic Secret is a short documentary on the history of filmmaking in Florida, the history of the Florida Motion Picture and Television Association (FMPTA) and the positive economic impact the film industry has on the state of Florida in generating revenue and jobs. This documentary was instrumental in the passage of several bills by the Florida State Legislature. It ultimately helped to make the Florida Film Industry more competitive in attracting producers from other states to create all or part of their feature films, video projects, TV pilots, shows, and/or business projects here. Written by Nanette Fenton