As a director, editor, and producer, Wendey Stanzler has covered a lot of ground in her film and TV career. Her first major project, in 1989, was working as editor on controversial filmmaker Michael Moore's debut documentary, "Roger & Me"; and that collaboration proved fruitful, as she also went on to edit Moore's next project, the John Candy-starring comedy "Canadian Bacon" (a rare non-documentary for Moore). Though Stanzler would eventually expand her resume to include TV directing credits, she focused on editing throughout the rest of the '90s, working on films like the Walter Matthau-starring comedy "I'm Not Rappaport" and the romantic comedy "Nick and Jane." In 1998, she landed her highest profile gig yet--an editor position on the slick, hugely popular comedy "Sex and the City"; she went on to edit a total of 42 episodes for the program, and she also managed to make her directorial debut on an episode titled "The Ick Factor." From that point forward, Stanzler's directorial career absolutely exploded: She went on to direct multi-episode stints on shows like the medical drama "Grey's Anatomy," the sexy dark comedy "Desperate Housewives," the fashion-centric comedy "Ugly Betty," and the romantic dramedy reboot "90210," among numerous others.