Clay Stafford

Clay Stafford has been involved in the entertainment business since childhood and formed his first entertainment company (appropriately named The Clay Stafford Company in 1976 while still a teen). He was just a kid when he got to hang out in Hollywood with his older cousin, an engineer who created the sound connector that made movies such as The Jazz Singer possible and who was also a friend of Jack Warner and other studio moguls. His aunt was a paralegal at 20th Century Fox. Clay remembers, through those relationships, associating with the likes of Merv Griffin, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and Alan Alda and running amok at Warner Bros., Disney, Fox, and Universal.

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