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Melanie Mayron

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Born: October 20, 1952 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1972:
Toured US in "Godspell"
1974:
Feature acting debut in "Harry and Tonto"
1975:
TV movie debut in "Hustling"
1979:
Broadway stage debut in "The Goodbye People"
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Appeared as Melissa Steadman in ABC drama series "thirtysomething"
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directing debut on "thirtysomething" (ABC)
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Formed HighTop Films with Catlin Adams; produced first feature "Sticky Fingers" in 1988 (also co-wrote and starred)
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Directed episodes of various TV series like "The Larry Sanders Show" (HBO) and "Sirens" (1993)
1995:
Feature directing debut "The Baby-Sitter's Club"
1995:
Helmed the ABC small screen remake of "Freaky Friday"
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Directed episodes of CBS' "Nash Bridges"
1997:
Helmed the ABC/Disney TV-movie "Toothless"
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Directed episodes of The WB series "Dawson's Creek"
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Made second feature "Slap Her, She's French" (lensed 2000-2001); replaced director Evan Dunsky who left the project over "creative differences" ten days into shooting

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