Beth Sullivan

The creator and executive producer of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," the CBS series which lifted the network out of the doldrums of Saturday nights, Beth Sullivan is one of the few women to be a show runner for a drama series. She has been with the series since she wrote the pilot in 1992, and it premiered as a regular series in January of 1993. The story of a physician from Boston (Jane Seymour)...

Deepa Mehta

Deepa Mehta
The two predominant themes in the work of writer-director Deepa Mehta are 1) the transcendence of age differentials and cultural barriers and 2) passion in its various guises. Drawing on her own status as a woman whose identity straddles two disparate worlds, her native India and her adopted homeland of Canada, this gifted filmmaker sheds new light on the seemingly banal topics of friendship and...

Duncan Kenworthy

Duncan Kenworthy
When Duncan Kenworthy took a leave of absence from his duties with Jim Henson Productions to produce a "little" film he couldn't have imagined that the Oscar-nominated Best Picture "Four Weddings and a Funeral" (1994) would become the most commercially successful British film of all time and alter the course of his career forever. Beginning at the Children's Television Workshop in the 1970s, he...

Jack Hallett

Offbeat performer of stage and TV who has also appeared in over 700 commercials. Hallett made his feature debut as a reporter in "Splash" (1984) but was better known for his work on stage in New York City and Seattle. Hallett received his widest exposure as Aldo Stiles, the insecure captain on the critical hit series "Bakersfield P.D.".

Jeremy Pikser

His background as a history teacher helped Jeremy Pikser hook up with writer-director-star Warren Beatty in the early 1980s when the latter was developing his epic biopic of journalist John Reed. He assisted Beatty in locating many of the "witnesses" who appeared on-screen in the film offering testaments and reminiscences of Reed, Louise Bryant and the early Communist Party. "Reds" proved a...
Credits: War, Inc., War, Inc., War, Inc., The Debtors, Bulworth BIRTHDATE| 11/30/1948