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Mark Rosman

Director Mark Rosman's 20-year career in the entertainment industry has spanned features, telefilms and television series, serving as both a writer and director. His career started with the now cult classic horror/thriller The House on Sorority Row, which Rosman wrote, directed and produced. The film became one of the highest grossing independent theatrical features of 1983 and was mentioned as a horror classic in the movie Scream 2.

Rosman moved from suspense to fantasy in the picture The Blue Yonder, which starred Peter Coyote and Art Carney. He wrote and directed the telefeature for ABC/Disney, which earned nominations for both a Cable Ace Award for Best Cable Movie and a Writers Guild Award. Rosman went on to write and/or direct more feature films and TV movies starring actors such as Kim Delaney, Jason Gedrick, Sean Young, Ben Cross and Daniel Baldwin. He developed writing and directing projects in a variety of genres from thriller, sci-fi, comedy and family drama for numerous companies including Columbia Pictures, HBO, Walt Disney Studios, ABC, TBS and USA.

Rosman most recently directed the Warner Bros.' feature A Cinderella Story, also starring Hilary Duff. Other recent credits include writing and directing the highly-rated comedy Life-Size, starring supermodel Tyra Banks and Lindsay Lohan. He also directed the television movie Model Behavior, starring Kathie Lee Gifford and 'N Sync's Justin Timberlake, as well as writing the action/thriller Dead in a Heartbeat for TBS, starring Judge Reinhold, Penelope Ann Miller and Timothy Busfield. Rosman's series television work has included directing over 15 half-hour episodes for the hit comedies Lizzie McGuire, State of Grace and Even Stevens.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.

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