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Birth Place: Arizona, USA Profession: Production Designer ...
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1966:
Eight-year stay with William Ball's American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco designing sets and costumes
1972:
Switched from theater to film; early feature credit, as set decorator on "The Candidate"
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Worked her way up from scenic artist to costume designer and later art director
1975:
Worked with husband Stuart Wurtzel doing art direction on a film, "Hester Street"
1977:
Had several feature credits as costume designer, "Saturday Night Fever" and "Between the Lines"
1977:
Early feature film credit as art director, "Girlfriends"
1978:
First TV-movie, "The Last Tenant", credited as art director
1978:
First TV-movie credit as production designer, "Summer of My German Soldier"
1980:
First film credit as production designer, "Heartland"
1980:
Last major TV credit, doing the art direction on "Hardhat and Legs"
1981:
Received first Oscar nomination for Best Art Direction/Set Direction for the Milos Forman film, "Ragtime"
1983:
First collaboration with director Mike Nichols, "Silkwood"
1987:
Served as visual consultant on the Brian DePalma film, "The Untouchables"

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