Co-wrote (with Laughlin) the sci-fi spoof "Strange Invaders"
Made his feature directorial debut with "Sister, Sister"; also co-wrote screenplay
Made network debut as director with the ABC drama "Deadly Relations"
Wrote for such publications as <i>American Film</i> and <i>Millimeter</i>
Wrote and produced the 81st Annual Academy Awards; earned Emmy nominations for Writing and for Special Class Programs
Wrote the screenplay adaptation of the stage musical "Chicago"; received Golden Globe and Oscar nominations for Best Screenplay (Adapted)
Helmed the sequel "Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh"; initial screen collaboration with Clive Barker
Made screenwriting debut with the horror spoof "Strange Behavior," directed by Michael Laughlin (billed as William Condon)
TV debut as director, the first of three USA Network movies, "Murder 101"
Directed and scripted "Kinsey," starring Liam Neeson as Alfred Kinsey, a pioneer in the area of human sexuality research; received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Screenplay
Wrote and directed the critically acclaimed "Gods and Monsters," a fictionalized meditation on the last days of expatriate British director James Whale; received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Screenplay
Wrote and directed the film adaptation of "Dreamgirls," the acclaimed Broadway musical loosely based on the musical group The Supremes; earned a nomination from the Directors Guild of America
Executive produced and directed the pilot episode of Showtime series "The Big C"
Directed "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1"
Returned as director of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2"