Multiple award-winning, award-nominated and chart topping Pop singer, ASCAP composer, scriptwriter, and SAG actress Marneen Lynne Fields is a multi-talented and highly respected entertainment industry veteran. She brings 38 years experience and great accomplishments to the table working with A-List directors, producers, writers, and stars to the table. In the mid 1980s Class One Advanced All-Around gymnast Marneen Fields was coined Hollywood's Original Fall Girl, and awarded a Fall Girl license plate by J.P. Bill Catching and the Stuntman's Association. She's the girl Clint Eastwood punched off the moving train in "The Gauntlet," her first movie. At the time it was considered one of the most dangerous stunts a girl had ever performed on film. Marneen was discovered and mentored as an actress and theatrical director by late actor-director Victor French, son-in-law to the great Lee J. Cobb, and co-star on two Emmy winning series with Michael Landon, "Highway to Heaven" and "Little House on the Prairie." Since 1976 she's appeared in 120 film, TV shows, web series, and music videos. Today Marneen Lynne Fields is the CEO, executive producer, and creative director of Heavenly Waterfall Song Publishing and Productions company. She has 15 major music CDs/DVDs, film, TV, screenplay, music videos, and literary works launching world wide before the end of 2015.