A native Californian, Nancy Beer grew up on both the East and West Coast. She began working in the creative department of an advertising firm in San Francisco, and later moved to Phoenix to join another ad agency as a Jr. Account Executive working on such accounts as the Arizona Biltmore Hotel and Valley National Bank. When Hollywood came calling, Ms. Beer found her way onto the staff of TV game shows "Face The Music" starring Ron Ely and "You Asked For It" hosted by Rich Little. "This was my boot camp for two years to give me production experience into video tape editing with major production companies," she said. Several years later, she joined a Beverly Hills business management firm working with Cher, Dolly Parton, Mac Davis, Kenny Loggings, The Commodores, Lou Rauls, and Planet Records, to name a few. Along the way, Nancy has also served as a Makeup Artist for print and TV commercials over the past 10 years as well as working on the feature film "Boogie Nights" and Playboy TV. She also served as an assistant casting director on such feature films as "Charlie Wilson's War," "Larry Crowne", "Hop", "Tropic Thunder" and "The Little Fockers." She has continued to move into the position of Casting Director for many productions. Nancy Beer has also been seen in front of the camera over the past six years as an extra and stand-in on hundreds of film and television shows. Away from the entertainment business, Nancy is an accomplished photographer who has worked with the L.A. County Fire Department photo unit. She also served on the board of directors of the American Women in Radio and Television.