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Born: October 20, 1952 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
Playdate (2013)
A stay-at-home mom's life goes into disarray after she befriends the woman next door who turns out to have a very dark side.
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She Gets What She Wants (2005) as Director
Welcome to Splendona High School in Splendona, Texas--where football players, cheerleaders and beauty queens rule the hallways. Starla Grady, the most popular girl in school, is on top of it all. That is, at least, until Genevieve Le Plouff drops into her world. Genevieve, a foreign exchange student
4.
Toothless (1997) as Director
When a workaholic dentist with an unpleasant chair-side manner dies in a freak accident, she is denied admittance to Heaven. To earn entrance to the pearly gates, she must return to earth as the Tooth Fairy, with a stern warning never to appear to any children she visits and not to involve herself w
5.
Baby-Sitters Club, The (1995) as Director
It is a pivotal moment in the lives of The Baby-sitters Club--seven very special girls growing up in Stoneybrook, Connecticut. With most of the girls turning 13 and the summer upon them, they hope to devise a brilliant plan to make some money, have some fun and keep their remarkable friendships intact, but with new boyfriends showing up, rival girls, and long separated parents, the baby-sitters will test the fabric of their long-standing friendships. Each girl rises to the challenge in her own way and by the summer's end they discover their friendships have not only survived, they have thrived and flourished.
6.
Freaky Friday (1995) as Director
Remake of the 1976 Disney comedy about a mother and daughter who switch bodies when, on one Friday the 13th, identical thoughts trigger the magical antique necklaces they wear.

Cast (feature film)

7.
Itty Bitty Titty Committee (2007)
A high school girl finds a sense of purpose after joining a radical feminist group.
8.
Clockstoppers (2002)
Until now, Zak Gibbs' greatest challenge has been to find a way to buy a car. But when he discovers an odd wristwatch amidst his father's various inventions and slips it on--something very strange happens. The world around him seems to come to a stop, everything and everybody frozen in time. Zak qui
9.
Range of Motion (2000) as Alice Tyson
Lainey Berman's happy family life changes instantly after a freak jogging accident leaves her beloved husband, Jay, in a deep coma. Only her unyeilding faith in his recovery, and the love and unflagging support of her best friend and next-door neighbor, Alice Tyson, help Lainey and her two young dau
10.
East of A (1999) as Ellie
Three friends scrape together the money to take out a 10-year lease on an East Village warehouse space. From 1985 to 1995, they see New York go through a number of changes and must face the AIDS epidemic in their own way.
11.
Toothless (1997) as Mindy
When a workaholic dentist with an unpleasant chair-side manner dies in a freak accident, she is denied admittance to Heaven. To earn entrance to the pearly gates, she must return to earth as the Tooth Fairy, with a stern warning never to appear to any children she visits and not to involve herself w
12.
Freaky Friday (1995) as (Uncredited Cameo) Waitress
Remake of the 1976 Disney comedy about a mother and daughter who switch bodies when, on one Friday the 13th, identical thoughts trigger the magical antique necklaces they wear.
13.
Drop Zone (1994) as Mrs Willins
Pete Nessip and his brother are U.S. marshalls escorting convicted computer hacker Earl Leedy to a federal prison on a commercial 747. Mid-flight, an apparent terrorist attack results in an on-board explosion, the death of Pete's brother and Leedy's disappearance. In the aftermath, Pete's badge is suspended while authorities investigate the accident. Determined to track down his brother's killers and locate Leedy, Nessip is drawn into the daredevil world of exhibition skydiving.
14.
Other Women's Children (1993) as Amelia Stewart
A pediatrician struggles to balance her career and demands at home.
15.
Ordeal in the Arctic (1993) as Sue Hillier
After a military transport carrying 18 people crashes 500 miles from the North Pole, search-and-rescue teams battle to save the survivors. Based on the true story of the October 30, 1991 crash of a Canadian Forces CC-130 Hercules cargo plane.
16.
My Blue Heaven (1990) as Crystal
Steve Martin and Rick Moraines go over the top in the laugh-out-loud crime comedy "My Blue Heaven" (1990). By-the-book FBI Agent Barney Coppersmith (Moraines) is assigned to protect larger-than-life crime-boss-turned-federal-witness Vinnie Anton Elli (Martin), but with the retired mobster's wild way
17.
Checking Out (1989) as Jenny Macklin
After his best friend dies unexpectedly, a healthy man becomes a hopeless hypochondriac.
18.
Sticky Fingers (1988) as Lolly
A pair of struggling female musicians land themselves in trouble when their friendly dope dealer leaves behind a suitcase containing nearly a million dollars, prompting an ill-advised spending spree.
19.
Boss' Wife, The (1986) as Janet Keefer
20.
Will There Really Be a Morning? (1983) as Sophie Rosenstein
This version of Frances Farmer's tragic story appears to be more accurate than the feature film "Frances" (1982), being adapted by Dalene Young directly from Farmer's autobiography. It traces her life from childhood in Seattle through her college years, her flirtation with radical politics, her succ
21.
Missing (1982) as Terry Simon
An American businessman gets a new perspective on his country when his son disappears during a military coup in Chile.
22.
Heartbeeps (1981) as Susan
Val and Aqua are robots who work as household domestics. When they begin to feel emotions, they fall in love with each other, and decide to run away and start a family.
23.
Best Little Girl in the World, The (1981) as Carol Link
The story of a teenager suffering the disorder anorexia nervosa -- the deliberate starving either by excessive dieting or self-induced vomiting -- in the case of this plot, by her inability to cope with family stress and because of social pressures. Jennifer Jason Leigh, daughter of actor Vic Morrow
24.
Playing for Time (1980) as Marianne
Multi-award winning dramatization based on the memoirs of Fania Fenelon, a French Jew who became a member of a women's orchestra inside Auschwitz, playing music for their Nazi captors as well as for fellow inmates marching to their deaths. The controversial casting of Vanessa Redgrave, making her Am
25.
Girlfriends (1978) as Susan Weinblatt
A tale of an aspiring photographer struggling for a Soho gallery exhibition as she supports herself shooting wedding and Bar Mitzvah photos.
26.
Katie: Portrait Of Centerfold (1978) as Madelaine
A naive Texas beauty queen seeking Hollywood stardom quickly learns the realities of the business after encountering an unethical modeling school.
27.
Great Smokey Roadblock, The (1978) as Lulu
Elegant John is a trucker who has seen better days. John want to make one more big haul before he retires, but his 18-wheeler is repossessed. So he steals his rig back and defies the law even further by making his cargo a load of prostitutes who is hauls across the border for an ex-girlfriend who is
28.
New Love Boat, The (1977) as Joyce Adams
In this third pilot to the hugely successful series that -- beginning in September, 1977 -- sailed for more than eight years (with several additional periodic cruises thereafter), Gavin McLeod was piped aboard as the captain, becoming the most successful of the Mary Tyler Moore alumni (series-wise).
29.
You Light Up My Life (1977) as Annie Gerrard
Laurie Robinson has come to a crossroads in her life; she does not want to follow in the footsteps of her well-known comedian father, and she doesn't really love the man to whom she is engaged. Leaving all behind, Laurie sets out on her own, determined to become an actress and songwriter. Her dreams seem to be realized when she successfully auditions for a film role and has a whirlwind affair with the director. Just as quickly, however, the dream begins to disintegrate.
30.
Gable and Lombard (1976) as Dixie
When leading man Clark Gable and comedienne Carole Lombard meet at a party, they take an instant dislike to each other and she punches him in the jaw. But fate continues to bring the couple together and eventually they fall in love. However, their romance is marred by the fact that Gable is married
31.
Car Wash (1976) as Marsha
The eccentric employees at a Los Angeles car wash struggle to get through the day.
32.
Hustling (1975) as Dee Dee
A drama about an investigative reporter (obviously based on Gail Sheehy) for a New York-based news magazine who digs into the multi-million dollar prostitution business in Manhattan in search of the real profiteers. Emmy Award nominations went to Jill Clayburgh for her acting and Fay Kanin for her w
33.
Harry and Tonto (1974) as Ginger
When his apartment house is condemned, a retired man goes searching for his place in the world.

Writer (feature film)

34.
Freaky Friday (1995) as Screenwriter
Remake of the 1976 Disney comedy about a mother and daughter who switch bodies when, on one Friday the 13th, identical thoughts trigger the magical antique necklaces they wear.
35.
Sticky Fingers (1988) as Screenwriter
A pair of struggling female musicians land themselves in trouble when their friendly dope dealer leaves behind a suitcase containing nearly a million dollars, prompting an ill-advised spending spree.

Producer (feature film)

36.
Sticky Fingers (1988) as Producer
A pair of struggling female musicians land themselves in trouble when their friendly dope dealer leaves behind a suitcase containing nearly a million dollars, prompting an ill-advised spending spree.

Cast (special)

37.
Inside "thirtysomething" (2001)
Special that reunites the stars and creators of the television series "thirtysomething," telecast from 1987-1991 on ABC.
38.
Party's Over, The (1990) as Host
A documentary examining intervention, the powerful first step in substance abuse treatment in which the abuser's family and friends are united along with a trained counselor, culminating in a face-to-face confrontation between the abuser and his or her loved one.
39.
Time Warner Presents the Earth Day Special (1990)
A special in which prominent celebrities of film, television, sports, and music join together to publicize the global crisis of pollution, starvation, and resource shortage under the sponsorship of giant media conglomerate Time Warner.
40.
41st Annual Emmy Awards, The (1989)
Live telecast of the 41st annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
41.
Wanted: The Perfect Guy (1986) as Sue
A comedy about a boy who tries to find "Mr. Right" for his divorced mother by placing ads in the personals. When it looks like he has found "Mr. Right," his biggest challenge is to arrange a date for his mother without her knowledge.
42.
Cindy Eller: A Modern Fairy Tale (1985) as Mrs Eller
A mysterious shopping cart lady in New York's Central Park helps a girl who is having problems with her new stepmother and stepsisters.
43.
Lily -- Sold Out (1981)
Lily Tomlin brings her original cast of characters to Las Vegas in this comedy special, which also features an array of guest performers.

Cast (special)

44.
Wallenberg: A Hero's Story (1985) as Sonja Kahn
In this much-honored drama about the Swedish diplomat who masterinded the rescue of over 120,000 Hungarian Jews from right under the nose of Nazi Colonel Adolf Eichmann during World War II and subsequently disappeared behind Russian lines, never again to be seen, Richard Chamberlain won another of h

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