Smith produced “P.S. I Love You” and was executive producer on "The Blind Side," which she brought to Alcon. She was a production executive at Alcon before forming 2S Films with Hilary Swank.
“The Bootlegger's Boy” was published in 1990, a year after Switzer resigned as OU football coach. Switzer, who later went on to coach the Dallas Cowboys, revealed that insinuations involving drugs and gambling pressured him into resigning.
The book tells of his turbulent boyhood in Arkansas, including his mother's suicide and murder of his father.