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ANNE FLETCHER (Director) was one of the film industry's most sought-after choreographers when she was tapped to direct STEP UP. She recently completed work on two films for Disney, "Ice Princess” and "The Pacifier,” and she worked most recently as choreographer on "The 40 Year Old Virgin.” She currently is in preproduction as the associate choreographer on "Hairspray,” a new film for New Line slated to open in 2007 starring John Travolta. She also created the physicality of Catwoman for "Catwoman” and provided choreography for "Along Came Polly” and "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed.” Her work can be seen in Peter Segal's new version of "The Longest Yard,” and she was choreographer on "Bringing Down the House,” "Down With Love,” "Like Mike,” "Orange County” and "Bring It On.” Among her television credits are "Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt,” "Maybe It's Me,” "Six Feet Under,” "Judging Amy” and "Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” in addition to the TV specials "The MTV Movie Awards,” Comedy Central's "Last Laugh '04” and "Last Laugh '05,” and "TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV.” As assistant choreographer, Fletcher worked on "Blast From the Past,” "Dudley Do-Right,” "The Out-of-Towners,” "She's All That,” "Antz,” "Boogie Nights” and "A Life Less Ordinary.”

As an actor, Fletcher can be seen in "The Pacifier,” "Bringing Down the House,” "A Walk to Remember,” "Monkeybone,” "Bring It On,” "Boogie Nights” and "George of the Jungle,” among others. She also served as associate producer on "The Wedding Planner,” directed by Adam Shankman.

Born in Detroit, Fletcher began dancing at age 12, was teaching at 13 and dancing professionally at 15. She moved to Los Angeles at 18 to pursue a career in dance after graduating from high school. She subsequently traveled all over the world, dancing in industrials and appeared on such television shows as "The Tracy Ullman Show,” "The Smothers Brothers” and the miniseries "War and Remembrance.” After making a music video with Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks for "Dragnet,” she began dancing in film, making her debut in "The Mask,” which was followed by "The Flintstones,” the first two features of many as a dancer and then as assistant choreographer to Adam Shankman.

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