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A former English teacher, Bloodworth-Thomason turned to TV scriptwriting in the early 1970s and gained a foothold in the industry creating episodes of "M*A*S*H" for producer Larry Gelbart. After marrying TV producer-director Harry Thomason in 1983, she co-founded Mozark Productions, which first struck paydirt three years later with "Designing Women." These two Arkansas transplants followed up their saga of a decoratrix dynasty with the small town antics of "Evening Shade" in 1990 and "Hearts Afire" in 1992. The latter series, set in Washington, DC, mildly echoed the Thomasons' involvement with politics; they received their greatest exposure to date with their efforts in the 1992 presidential campaign of their close friend and fellow Arkansas traveller, Bill Clinton.
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Signed an independent production deal with Columbia Pictures Television
Met future husband, producer Harry Thomason
Formed Mozark Productions (a.k.a. Bloodworth/Thomason Mozark Productions) with husband Harry Thomason
Co-executive produced and wrote for the ABC adventure drama, "Lime Street"
Created, co-executive produced and wrote for the CBS sitcom, "Designing Women"
Appeared in the compilation, "Memories of M*A*S*H"
Signed a five series commitment with CBS
Appeared in the TV documentary, "See How They Run", a look at how the media plays a role in the political campaigning process
Produced "The Man from Hope," the filmed tribute to Democratic presidential candidate, Bill Clinton, shown at the 1992 Democratic Convention
Co-produced the five-day inaugural gala for then President-elect William "Bill" Clinton
Executive produced and wrote pilot for the NBC fall sitcom "Emeril"