Chasing Down Madison Brown J.D. ‘16
By Brandi Palmer
“I never thought I was going to do anything in entertainment,” Madison Brown J.D. ’16 said as she prepared to travel to film two episodes of her new television program.
As a law student at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida, Brown was focused on corporate law and business when the opportunity to play a role in a movie presented itself. Brown said that she spent many weekends during law school flying to Tennessee, the filming location for the movie, “Where the Fast Lane Ends.” A month after graduating from Stetson law school last year, Brown was shooting the pilot for her own program, “Chasing Down Madison Brown.”
“Now, it’s my full-time job,” said Brown. “It’s all day, every day, even weekends calling, scheduling and shooting.”
Brown said her law school studies paid off in negotiating the contract for the show, which she owns and hosts.
“It’s very exciting. I get to travel all over the country,” said Brown. The show is a travel adventure show that follows Brown to locations across the U.S., from Toby Keith’s restaurant and horse race farm in Oklahoma to a zoo in Naples.
Brown explained that she is no stranger to travel or adventure. The 25–year-old grew up following her father Mark Miller, musician with the Sawyer Brown band, around the country on tour.
“You never know where I’ll be,” said Brown of the new 26-episode program premiering on RSV-TV on March 7.
“Chasing Down Madison Brown” will air Tuesday nights at 9:30 p.m. EST. Watch online on RFD-TV: http://www.rfdtv.com/story/34626078/chasing-down-madison-brown#.WL1bzxiZN-U.
Post date: March 7, 2017