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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Make-Up (feature film)

1.
Suburban Madness (2004)
Based on the real-life story of Clara Harris, convicted February 2003 of killing her philandering orthodontist husband by repeatedly running over him with the family Mercedes as seen by private detective Bobbi Bacha.
2.
Fallen Angel (2003)
Holiday movie about a man who takes a nostaligic trip to his rural roots and runs into his childhood friend and a romance blossoms.
3.
Chicago (2003) as Makeup, addl photog 2d unit
Everyone loves a legend--but in Chicago, there's only room for one. Velma Kelly burns in the spotlight as a nightclub sensation. When she shoots her philandering husband, she lands on Chicago's famed murderess row, retains Chicago's slickest lawyer, Billy Flynn, and becomes the center of the town's
4.
Martin and Lewis (2002)
A biopic which explores the unlikely pairing of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis in the 1950's, their rise to success as a partnership and ultimately their parting of ways, due to personal and creative differences which emerged amidst outrageous fame and fortune.
5.
Pretender, The: Island of the Haunted (2001)
Television movie based on the NBC television series, "The Pretender," about Jarod, a virtuous genius whose exceptional intelligence allows him to master any profession. Taken from his parents as a child prodigy in the early 1960s, Jarod spent decades isolated under the caring instruction of Dr. Sydn
6.
Jane Doe (2001)
To save her kidnapped son, Jane, an ex-employee to data and weapons giant TRW, must break into the company's headquarters and steal invaluable armament information. She is able to rescue her son, but only after it's too late does she realize that the kidnappers are going to frame her for the murder
7.
Pretender 2001, The (2001)
Television movie based on the NBC television series, "The Pretender," about Jarod, a virtuous genius whose exceptional intelligence allows him to master any subject -- thus enabling him to assume various identities -- to become a doctor, an airline pilot or a sea captain. Jarod uses his skill to hel
8.
Sister Mary Explains It All (2001)
Set in the early 1980s, the story takes place one winter's evening at an annual Christmas lecture given by the charismatic Sister Mary, who plays host to a quartet of former students. The four have returned to present a version of the third grade Christmas pageant they created as children 25 years b
9.
Jenifer Estess Story, The (2001)
The true story of New York theater producer Jenifer Estess and her two sisters. Estess was diagnosed with ALS, an incurable motor neurological disease and has since launched Project ALS, raising close to $1 million to date for research.
10.
Flowers for Algernon (2000)
Television movie based on Daniel Keyes' book about Charlie Gordon, a mentally retarded man who becomes super-intelligent by means of a scientific experiment. As Charlie gains intelligence and loses his childlike innocence, he must learn how to survive in the unforgiving adult environment that has sh
11.
Witchblade (2000)
Sara Pezzini is a tough, intelligent New York homicide detective who attacks her job with a vengeance in an all-or-nothing quest to bring down the bad guys, almost going too far. While investigating her best friend's death, Sara's life is radically changed forever. She comes in contact with an ancie
12.
Dirty Pictures (2000)
In 1989, Dennis Barrie, the director of the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, booked "The Perfect Moment," an exhibit of 175 controversial photographs by the late artist Robert Mapplethorpe. Although he anticipated opposition from a select few who may have labeled the photographs as pornographic,
13.
Thomas and the Magic Railroad (2000) as Key Makeup (Isle Of Man)
Lily is an 11-year-old who leaves the city to visit her grandfather in the country but finds herself on a great adventure that leads to a meeting with the world's favorite steam engine, Thomas the Tank Engine, and the magical Mr. Conductor. The trio happen upon trouble in a special universe nestled
14.
Who Killed Atlanta's Children? (2000)
Two "Spin" magazine reporters conduct an unrelenting search for the truth in the Atlanta child murders of 1979-1981, resulting in an explosive article in the magazine.<P>From 1979 to 1981, 29 African-American males, mostly children, were either missing or found murdered in metro Atlanta. The cases p
15.
Forget Me Never (1999)
Drama about the struggle of a woman in her 40s battling Alzheimer's disease. Diane McGowan, a legal secretary with a lawyer's knowledge of the law, has a full life with her job, her grown children and her husband Jack. When she begins to forget vital information and finds that she is losing hours of
16.
Execution of Justice (1999)
Recounts the events behind the 1978 shooting of San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk -- America's first openly gay elected official -- and the city's mayor, George Moscone, by mentally unbalanced former colleague Dan White. Told from White's point of view, following the seemingly all-American boy fr
17.
Map of the World, A (1999) as Key Makeup Artist
Alice and Howard Goodwin have recently moved to rural Wisconsin and are regarded with suspicion by most of their neighbors. The couple does form a friendship, however, with Theresa and Dan Collins. Both couples often take turns babysitting for one another. Tragedy occurs one day when Alice, momentar
18.
Jesse Ventura Story, The (1999)
Television movie about former professional wrestler turned Governor of Minnesota, Jesse "The Body" Ventura.
19.
Virgin Suicides, The (1999)
Five sisters search for romance until they decide to commit suicide.
20.
Fixer, The (1998)
When he suffers a near fatal accident, Jack Killoran, a savvy operator in Chicago's political machine, starts to reassess his lifestyle, including his business practices. This awakening proves troublesome to his close associates who rely on Killoran to "fix" situations, including a murder committed
21.
Defenders: Taking the First (1998)
Follows the courtcase of a young man who has been beaten to death by members of a reactionary organization rallying against minorities. Although lawyers Don and M.J, Preston are morally opposed to the brutality of the case, they find themselves acting as counsel for one of the defendants who has been charged with murder. In an effort to correct the obvious injustice that claimed a young boy's life, the Prestons take on a wrongful-death lawsuit against the leader of the right-wing group and find themselves caught up in a legal battle involving the First Amendment.
22.
Labor of Love (1998)
Annie, a 36-year-old, single woman, desperately wants to have a child. Her best friend, Mickey, a gay man who had tried unsuccessfully to adopt a child, also feels the pangs of parental yearning. The couple decides to have a naturally conceived child together. Mickey moves in with Annie, but she the
23.
Elvis Meets Nixon (1997)
Telefilm based on the true story of the weekend in December 1970 when Elvis Presley decided to leave Graceland and meet with President Nixon. For superstar performer Elvis Presley, the all-consuming need-of-the-moment is a change of pace, so he sneaks away from his bodyguards and heads for Washingto
24.
Joe Torre: Curveballs Along the Way (1997)
Telefilm about New York Yankees baseball manager Joe Torre, who guided the team to a World Series championship in 1996 while overcoming tragic personal crises.
25.
End of Summer (1997)
Christine Van Buren is an unmarried aristocrat who spends her summers during the 1890s at a posh Saratoga resort where her great love, Theo Remington returns from the West to woo her with stories of his myriad adventures. When Christine resists his efforts, Theo's attention is subsequently taken up
26.
Hidden in America (1996)
A wealthy doctor becomes involved in the plight of a father who cannot feed his children, but is too proud to accept charity.
27.
Holiday Affair (1996)
Remake of the 1949 feature film "Holiday Affair," starring Robert Mitchum and Janet Leigh. A young widow with a young son is courted by two very different men, a humdrum lawyer and a spirited carpenter.
28.
Mr. and Mrs. Loving (1996)
Set in 1960, a couple is imprisoned for violating a Virginia ban on interracial marriage. Based on the true story of an interracial couple who took their case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
29.
Losing Chase (1996)
After years of feeling constricted in her marriage to her husband Richard, Chase Philips suffers a mental breakdown. She leaves her home in Martha's Vineyard for an institution, where she spends months recovering. Upon her return, Chase discovers that her 11-year-old son will barely speak to her. On
30.
Soft Deceit (1995)
After stashing a huge haul of cash, a convicted robber is pursued by the arresting officer -- who wants the money for himself. A beautiful cop is recruited to seduce the handsome criminal into revealing the whereabouts of the $6 million in stolen loot, but she finds herself falling in love with him.
31.
Triplecross (1995)
A convict gets his chance for freedom if he helps to set up a scam to capture his ex-cellmate.
32.
Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story (1995)
Television movie based on the life of one of television's first female network news anchors, the late Jessica Savitch, who, plagued by insecurity and driven by overriding ambition, ultimately became a casualty of the cutthroat world of broadcast news that created her.
33.
Hostage For a Day (1994)
A dispirited man stages his own kidnapping in an attempt to escape his overbearing wife and his miserable job.
34.
Taking the Heat (1993)
A female detective protects a murder witness from the mob.
35.
Youngblood (1986) as Makeup
Handsome Youngblood is a hockey prodigy who excels at the sport, but not the fighting that goes along with it. He is chosen for the team by Coach Chadwick, but gets sent home after being targeted by Racki, who viciously beats him up. Discouraged, Youngblood goes home to his Canadian farm where his father and big brother teach him to toughen up enough to go back to his sport. After a regimen of combat training, Youngblood returns to face Racki.
36.
Strange Brew (1983) as Makeup
The screen debut of SCTV's beer guzzling MacKenzie brothers as they battle over a case of beer with a powerful brewmaster who is trying to take over the world.

Art Department (feature film)

37.
Growing Pains Movie, The (2000)
Reunion telefilm of the sitcom "Growing Pains." The Seavers' now grown kids -- Mike, Carol, Ben and Chrissy -- reluctantly band together after their dad, Jason, insists that they help their mom, Maggie, in her grassroots bid for a seat in Congress.
38.
Natural Enemy (1997)
Tormented by memories of his foster childhood, an emotionally unstable stockbroker has revenge on his mind when he invades the household of his boss and his pregnant wife.
39.
Warriors (1994) as Head Set Dresser
A pair of unstoppable, government-trained mercenaries, members of the "Rhab Group," battle each other--and memories of their blood-soaked past.
40.
Paperboy, The (1994) as Set Dresser
A woman moves back to her hometown and discovers that the 12-year-old boy next door is a killer.

Film Production - Construction/Set (feature film)

41.
Wrong Woman, The (1996)
A young woman must prove her innocence when she is framed by a co-worker for her employer's murder.

Make-Up (TV Mini-Series)

42.
This Time Around (2003) as Key Makeup
43.
Thanks of a Grateful Nation (1998)
Television movie that follows different individuals who are affected by mysterious illnesses when they return home from the Persian Gulf. Jim Tuite, a former Presidential Secret Service agent working for Senator Donald Riegle, not only discovers that many veterans are affected by Gulf War Syndrome,
44.
JFK: Reckless Youth (1993)
A miniseries covering the first 29 years of John F. Kennedy's life, through his election to Congress.

Art Department (TV Mini-Series)

45.
When Justice Fails (1999) as Assistant Set Decorator
46.
Jack Higgins' Thunder Point (1998) as Assistant Set Dresser

Make-Up (TV Mini-Series)

47.
Path to 9/11, The (2006)
For six years John O'Neill was the FBI's expert on Al Qaeda. O'Neill made repeated warnings of Al Qaeda's potential threat to the United States, but his warnings fell on deaf ears at the FBI headquarters. O'Neill left the FBI in the Summer of 2001 to take a head of security job at the World Trade
48.
Steve Martini's The Judge (2001)
Judge Armando Acosta is an arrogant but brilliant Superior Court judge and longtime enemy of Paul Madriani, an idealistic attorney recently jailed for contempt in Acosta's court. But when Acosta is arrested on a trumped-up charge of soliciting a prostitute and the key witness is later found murdered

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