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BETTY THOMAS (Director) has been at the helm of a successful string of feature films beginning with "The Brady Bunch Movie” and "Private Parts,” followed by Fox's "Doctor Dolittle” remake,"28 Days,” "I-Spy,” and "John Tucker Must Die.” Thomas also directed the celebrated HBO telefilm "The Late Shift,” for which she won a Director's Guild Award and an Emmy nomination.

Prior to venturing into feature directing, Thomas helmed episodes of the TV series "Hooperman,” "Doogie Howser, M.D.,” "Shannon's Deal,” "Dream On” (Emmy and CableACE award wins, DGA nomination), "Parenthood,” "Sons and Daughters,” and "Midnight Caller,” as well as the telefilms "My Breast” and "Couples.” She directed the pilot episode of the Fox comedy "The Loop,” as well as the network's telefilm "That Guy.”

Thomas began her career as an actress and was best known for her portrayal of Sgt. Lucy Bates on NBC's landmark, long-running "Hill Street Blues.” From 1981 to 1987, the role earned her consecutive Emmy Award nominations (Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series), with a win in 1985.

Thomas's many feature acting credits include "Tunnel Vision,” "Jackson County Jail,” "Used Cars,” "Loose Shoes,” and "Troop Beverly Hills.” She also appeared in the telefilms "The Nashville Grab,” "When Your Lover Leaves,” "No Greater Gift,” and "Prison For Children.”

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