During her tenure at Fox, Sara was involved in developing and overseeing the production of such Fox films as Big, Working Girl, Say Anything, and War Of The Roses. During that time she also found and developed the book Shoeless Joe that Gordon later made at Universal as Field Of Dreams.
In the early '90s, Colleton was given a production deal at Fox and The Colleton Company was founded. Under this deal, she optioned the book Riding In Cars with Boys, which she later produced with Penny Marshall directing and Drew Barrymore starring.
In 2002 she received a Golden Globe and Emmy nomination for Live From Baghdad for HBO Films. Along with her producing partner, Rosalie Swedlin, she received the David L. Wolper Producer of the Year Award from the Producer's Guild of America.
Colleton is also an Executive Producer for the Showtime series, Dexter, which premiered in the fall of '06.
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