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MARC LAWRENCE (Writer/Director) made his directorial debut with the romantic comedy Two Weeks' Notice, which marked his third collaboration with Sandra Bullock and his first with Hugh Grant. He had previously co-written and produced the hit comedy Miss Congeniality, which starred Bullock as a cop who goes undercover as a beauty pageant contestant. Lawrence also wrote Forces of Nature, in which Bullock starred opposite Ben Affleck. He later re-teamed with Grant on the hit film Music and Lyrics.

His other film writing credits include Life With Mikey, starring Michael J. Fox and Nathan Lane, and The Out-of-Towners, pairing Goldie Hawn and Steve Martin.

A Brooklyn native, Lawrence graduated from SUNY-Binghamton and briefly attended NYU Law School. He began his writing career when one of his spec scripts earned him a position as a staff writer on the popular NBC series "Family Ties.” By the third season, he had been made a producer and garnered Emmy® and Humanitas Award nominations for his work on the show. He went on to write and co-produce the NBC series "Pride and Joy.”


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