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Michelle Weiss

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Cast (feature film)

1.
Justice in a Small Town (1994) as Susan
A low-level civil servant in the Georgia Department of Labor uncovers a conspiracy of corruption and extortion by highly placed officials. Based on a true story and its Pulitzer-Prize-winning coverage in the "Georgia Gazette" by screenwriter Richard Rashke.

Make-Up (feature film)

2.
Showtime (2002)
All that no-nonsense LAPD detective Mitch Preston asks is that he be left alone to do his job. Patrol Officer Trey Sellars is a different story. Instead of being a cop, he would much rather play one on TV. One night Trey stumbles into an undercover operation in progress, blowing Mitch''s chance of nailing a drug dealer. At the same time, a television news crew barges in on the action. In frustration, Mitch fires a shot at the camera, which lands his photo on the front page of every newspaper and earns him an official reprimand. Knowing a sure ratings draw when she sees one, network television producer Chase Renzi swoops in and sells the Chief of Police on the PR benefits of letting her crew follow Mitch around the clock for a live reality show about cops. For Mitch it''s a chance to beat suspension from the force. But the deal comes with one catch -- Mitch must team up with a more charismatic and camera-ready partner -- Trey. For Mitch, it''s a living hell. For Trey, it''s his dream come true.
3.
Family Man, The (2000)
Jack Campbell is a Wall Street trader living the high life in New York City. When Jack, who has forsaken all for the pursuit of money, becomes involved in a grocery store holdup, everything changes. He awakens the next morning, on a snowy Christmas day, lying in bed next to a wife--Kate, the college sweetheart he dumped when his career ambitions took hold--whom he never married, and in a house with two kids he never had. Now living in New Jersey in an alternate suburban universe, he has a chance to see how his life would have turned out had he married Kate and raised a family. Jack soon begins to feel strangely comfortable in the new role of loving husband and father, finding himself happy in the life he would have led had he made different choices as a young man.
4.
Erin Brockovich (2000) as Hairstylist
Based on the true story of a twice-divorced mother working as a low-level secretary at a Los Angeles law firm, a chronicle of a woman, without a law degree, who takes it upon herself to fight powerful corporate forces. Hired out of sympathy after her lawyer lost her personal injury suit, Brockovich stumbled upon the cover-up involving contaminated water in a small desert community, while working at the small law firm. Brockovich tracks a case of water poisoning created by PG&E (Pacific Gas & Electric) and champions it all the way up the judicial ladder--becoming instrumental in rallying the over 600 plaintiffs and in helping them win the largest class-action suit of its type.
5.
Forces of Nature (1999)
Ben has two days to get from New York to Savannah for his wedding to Bridget. How hard can that be in this age of planes, trains and automobiles? When his plane goes skidding into Flushing Bay, Ben saves the life of his seatmate, an eccentric young woman named Sarah. In return, she becomes his faithful traveling companion--whether he likes it or not--and it''s all downhill from there as the two head south. Panic doesn''t really set in until Ben realizes that he''s developing a definite attraction to the impetuous Sarah... and the feeling is decidedly mutual. It seems that man, machine and the forces of nature are conspiring to keep Ben from his vows, leaving him to wonder if this is some kind of cosmic test...and if it is, will he pass?
6.
Perfect Assassins (1998)
When deadly terrorists strike, an FBI man, who is an expert on terrorist mentality, hunts their twisted "creator," who may be connected with a disgraced professor from his past.

Film Production - Main (special)

7.
After Dark: South Beach (2002)
Documentary about Miami's South Beach that focuses on five people who are chasing the dream of celebrity: model Kara Wiren; photographer Seth Browarnik; reporter James "Cubby" Clark; socialite Janet Jorgulesco; and James Davis, aka Elaine Lancaster, star of one of South Beach's club shows.
8.
Empires of Industry (2001)
A look at the history behind some of America's most important industries: the soft drink industry; the oil industry; the airline industry; and the industrial dynasty of the DuPonts.
9.
Win, Place, Show: A History of Horse Racing (2001)
The Sport of Kings is America's oldest spectator sport, dating back over 270 years. Discover how thoroughbred racing has grown in popularity by following the amazing exploits of great horses such as Secretariat, Man O'War and Citation and the jockeys who rode them to victory. The program goes behind
10.
Frontier Homes (2001)
In the course of conquering an untamed land, early settlers fashioned comfort from meager resources. They created homes from nothing other than what the land would give them. The program examines four types of homes that sprang up in an expanding America and explains who built them, how they were bu
11.
Gridiron Generals: A Hard-Hitting History of College Football (2000)
Documentary about the history of college football, with special emphasis on the game's coaches, from its crude beginnings in the late 1800s, to the sold-out bowl games of the present. The program profiles legendary coaches Walter Camp, Amos Alonzo Stagg, Glenn "Pop" Warner, Knute Rockne, Red Blaik,
12.
AMERICA'S MOST ENDANGERED (2000)
In association with the National Trust For Historic Preservation, The History Channel unveils the names of eleven historical sites that are in need of preservation.
13.
S.O.S.: Save Our Ships (2000)
Ships and the sea have always played pivotal roles in American history. However, much of that history is being lost as time, the elements and modern economies send schooners, working fishing fleets and World War II ships to the ravages of the scrap yard. The program showcases efforts to preserve our
14.
Vatican Revealed, The (1999)
Documentary about the Vatican. Nestled in the heart of Rome, the Vatican is a city within a city, a country within a country. Measuring 108 acres, it has no natural resources, no industries and an army of guards whose weapons date from the Middle Ages. As the home of the Pope, the site of the world'
15.
AMERICA'S MOST ENDANGERED (1999)
A presentation of the annual list compiled by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, featuring America's most endangered historic sites identified by the National Trust for 1999. Sites for 1999: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, famed as a center of "Pennsylvania Dutch" culture; Traveler's Res
16.
Secret Bunker, The (1999)
Documentary about the sophisticated operation designed to protect President Eisenhower and other key government officials during the height of the Cold War in the 1950s. A top-secret bunker was built in the West Virginia hills to protect Eisenhower in the event that the U.S.S.R. dropped the bomb.

Make-Up (TV Mini-Series)

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