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Angela Shelton was born on 5 December, 1972 in Asheville, North Carolina, United States, is a Screenwriter, actress, producer. At 48 years old, Angela Shelton height is 5 ft 10 in (180.0 cm).

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Occupation Screenwriter, actress, producer
Angela Shelton Age 50 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 5 December 1972
Birthday 5 December
Birthplace Asheville, North Carolina, United States
Nationality United States

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Who Is Angela Shelton's Husband?

Her husband is Gavin O'Connor (m. 1994–1996), Abe Ingersoll

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Husband Gavin O'Connor (m. 1994–1996), Abe Ingersoll
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Angela Shelton Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Angela Shelton worth at the age of 50 years old? Angela Shelton’s income source is mostly from being a successful Screenwriter. She is from United States. We have estimated Angela Shelton's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2009, Shelton released a revised second edition on Amazon called Finding Angela Shelton Recovered with an additional chapter explaining all that happened since she made her film and why she went back to writing more fun things. It has a new cover.


In April 2007, she released her book, Finding Angela Shelton: The True Story of One Woman's Triumph over Sexual Abuse. The book is not based on her movie, although it does run parallel to it. In it, Shelton shares how making the film forced her to face her past. She wrote the book to call for a healing revolution after seeing so many people in pain. The movie breaks the silence and the book breaks the cycle.


In April 2006, an edited version of the film aired on the cable television channel Lifetime, as part of their campaign to end violence against women.


The mayor of Asheville proclaimed April 29, 2005 Angela Shelton Day.


Shelton chose to promote and distribute the film independently, and appeared in 2004 on the American television programs 48 Hours and The Oprah Winfrey Show.

Searching for Angela Shelton won 12 awards, including audience awards for best documentary at the 2004 Asheville and Austin Film Festivals.


In response to the acclaim received by her documentary, the Angela Shelton Foundation was established in 2003.


In 2001, Shelton undertook the production of a documentary in which she travelled the United States in an effort to interview 40 of the 76 women who shared her name, whom she found while searching the Internet.

Shelton found that many of the women whom she interviewed had either been raped, beaten, or molested. Inspired to document her quest to find the women and to catalogue their traumas, she rented a motor home and spent 57 days traversing the United States, spending nearly $300,000, some of which was donated by personal friends and family and professional contacts. Shelton also confronted her father, her own abuser, during the production of the film, meeting with him on Father's Day 2001 to discuss her molestation. It took three years and three different editors to complete the film. In the end Shelton edited the film herself.


Shelton was a co-screenwriter (with then-husband Gavin O'Connor) and executive producer for the 1999 film Tumbleweeds, based on her experiences with her serial-marrying mother, to whom she was returned after being in foster care.


She has acted in the films Comfortably Numb (1995), The Shrink Is In (2001), The Big Time (2002 television movie), The Safe Side, a 2004 instructional video, and Beautiful Dreamer (aka Daysleeper) (2009). On television, Shelton has appeared in Pacific Blue, Chicago Hope, and Becker.


Angela Shelton (born December 5, 1972) is an American screenwriter, actress, and documentary film director and producer, best known for the film Tumbleweeds (1999) and the documentary Searching for Angela Shelton (2004), which she wrote, directed, and edited. She is the author of the 2008 book Finding Angela Shelton: The True Story of One Woman's Triumph over Sexual Abuse.