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Thomas won Emmy and Cable ACE awards for comedy series directing of „Dream On,“ which also brought her a Directors Guild Award nomination. In addition to directing more than a dozen episodes of the HBO series, she also directed the telefilm „My Breast,“ which brought her an Emmy nomination.
Thomas first achieved national recognition as an actress in her Emmy winning role as Sergeant Lucy Bates on the television series „Hill Street Blues.“
Producer IVAN REITMAN has created many of American film’s most successful comedies. He produced such hits as the ground breaking sensation „National Lampoon’s Animal House,“ which introduced John Belushi to filmgoers, the immensely popular family features „Beethoven“ and „Beethoven’s 2nd,“ and the recent hit „Space Jam,“ starring Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny.
As a director, his credits include „Dave,“ which starred Kevin Kline and Sigourney Weaver; the two „Ghostbusters“ films, starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis; and „Meatballs,“ which helped launch Murray’s film career.
Reitman also directed „Twins“ which created a new comedic persona for action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the two continued with „Kindergarten Cop“ and „Junior.“ Acclaimed dramatic actors such as Robert Redford, Debra Winger, Sigourney Weaver and Emma Thompson have also revealed their comic talents under Reitman’s direction.
Upcoming for Reitman and his Northern Lights Entertainment production company are „Six Days and Seven Nights,“ which will star Harrison Ford. He is currently producing and directing „Les Comperes,“ a comedy starring Robin Williams, Billy Crystal and Julia Louis Dreyfus.
His television projects include the Emmy nominated children’s show „The Real Ghostbusters“; the Saturday morning animated series „Beethoven“ for CBS; and the HBO film „The Late Shift,“ based on Bill Carter’s non fiction book about the late nite television wars. By the age of 29 he had succeeded in breaking a thousand year old tradition of family scholarship by becoming a mediocre rock and roll musician with no particular interest in literature. Since then he has written or co written various movies for Reitman including „Stripes,“ „Heavy Metal,“ „Beethoven’s 2nd,“ „Spacehunter“ and „Feds.“ He is married to the vice president of a large university and likes playing ping pong.
Presently, Goldberg is producing the upcoming children’s animated series, „Mummies“ with DIC Entertainment.
Executive producer JOE MEDJUCK is a Canadian who studied at McGill University and the University of Toronto, where he taught for 12 years prior to coming to Los Angeles in 1980.
Medjuck has extensive credits in film as executive producer of „Legal Eagles,“ „Twins,“ „Ghostbusters II,“ „Kindergarten Cop,“ „Dave,“ „Junior“ and „Father’s Day“; producer of „Beethoven,“ „Big Shots,“ „Stop or My Mom Will Shoot,“ „Beethoven’s 2nd,“ „Space Jam“ and „Commandments“; and as associate producer of „Stripes“ and „Ghostbusters.“
For television, he was executive producer of „The Late Shift“ and the Emmy nominated television series „The Real Ghostbusters.“ He was the associate producer of the Broadway musical „Merlin.“ He is currently involved in producing the children’s animated television series „Mummies“ with DIC.
Executive producer KEITH SAMPLES is founder and CEO of Rysher Entertainment, a leading television and motion picture production and distribution company he founded in 1991, and which was acquired by Cox Broadcasting in 1993. Samples developed several first run syndication programs, including „Highlander: The Series,“ the sitcoms „California Dreams“ and „Saved by the Bell,“ the acclaimed anthology series „The Hitchhiker“ as well as the new action hour weekly, „F/X: The Series,“ based on the popular motion picture. Rysher has expanded into network production with „Nash Bridges“ starring Don Johnson.
In July 1994 Samples expanded the company’s production activities to include the development, production and self financing of major theatrical movies, and has entered Rysher into distribution agreements with MGM, Paramount and Warner Bros. In addition to helping the company’s sales and marketing activities, Samples maintains an active role in production, serving as executive producer on such Rysher films as „Big Night,“ „2 days in the Valley,“ „Kingpin,“ „Three Wishes,“ and serving as producer of „The Evening Star“ starring Shirley MacLaine. Samples will make his feature directorial debut with a film he also co wrote, „A Smile Like Yours,“ starring Greg Kinnear, Lauren Holly and Joan Cusack.
Director of photography WALT LLOYD did the cinematography for the 1989 Cannes Film Palme D’Or winner, „sex, lies and videotape.“ His other film credits include „Feeling Minnesota,“ „Empire Records,“ „The Santa Clause,“ „Short Cuts,“ „Kafka“ and „Pump Up the Volume.“ His television credits include the PBS miniseries „Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City“; and the movies of the week „The Urban Legend,“ „David’s Mother“ and „Out on the Edge.“ He has also worked on commercials for Shearson Lehman, Paine Webber, Nissan Trucks, Ford, Yellow Pages and Hertz.
Production designer CHARLES ROSEN has accumulated a distinguished list of credits over the years. Born in New York City and a graduate of Yale Drama School, Rosen wanted to be a set designer since the age of twelve. He began his career designing sets for such television programs as „The Jack Paar Show“ and „Sing Along With Mitch,“ and then segued into New York based independent features. His film credits include „Mother,“ „The Great White Hype,“ „My Girl 2,“ „Free Willy,“ „Broadcast News,“ „Nothing in Common,“ „Flashdance“ and „Invasion of the Body Snatchers.“
Film editor PETER TESCHNER previously worked with director Betty Thomas on „The Late Shift“ for HBO as well as the feature films „The Brady Bunch Movie“ and „Only You.“ His other film credits include „Only the Lonely,“ „The Dark Side of the Moon“ and „Phantasm II.“
Co producer/unit production manager CELIA COSTAS, has a diversified background in filmmaking. Among her many credits, Costas has served as line producer on the 2 hour TV pilot „On Seventh Avenue“ and was unit production manager of „The Pelican Brief,“ „To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar“ and „Night Falls on Manhattan.“ She has also served as assistant unit production manager on „The Hard Way“ and „Presumed Innocent“; location manager for the features „Wall Street,“ „Someone To Watch Over Me“ and „Sophie’s Choice“; and in television was 2nd assistant director of „China Rose,“ „Rage of Angels“ and „Green Ice.“
Costume designer JOSEPH G. AULISI has worked in theatre, creating costumes for Neil Simon’s plays and „Jerome Robbin’s Broadway.“ His film credits include „Ironweed,“ „Three Days of The Condor,“ „Brighton Beach Memoirs,“ „Nobody’s Fool,“ „Die Hard With A Vengeance“ and „Night Falls on Manhattan.“