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MARK WATERS (DIRECTOR) graduated from the directing program at AFI in 1994 and first gained Hollywood's attention by adapting the screenplay for and directing the 1997 Sundance favorite "The House of Yes,” starring Parker Posey.

Waters went on to direct the Universal comedy "Head Over Heels,” then the VH1 Original Movie "Warning: Parental Advisory.” In 2003, he directed Jamie Lee Curtis (Golden Globe nominee) and Lindsay Lohan in the critical and commercial success "Freaky Friday.” He subsequently directed the 2004 hit "Mean Girls,” starring Lindsay Lohan and Tina Fey, and then "Just Like Heaven,” with Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo, in 2005.

Waters lives in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Dina Waters, and their two daughters, Zoe and Alex.


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