Justine Bateman

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Justine Bateman

American actress, writer, and producer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1966.

Countries: United States (50%), Canada (17%), California (17%)

Main connections: University of California, Los Angeles, Toronto International Film Festival, Desperate Housewives

Linked to: United States Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, University of California, Los Angeles, NBC, USA Network




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Justine Bateman was born in 1966 add something


Bateman played the role of superficial Mallory Keaton on the television sitcom "Family Ties" from 1982 to 1989, for which she was nominated for two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award add something


In 1984, Bateman starred on the "Tales from the Darkside" television series in the episode "Mookie and Pookie" add something


She attended Taft High School in Woodland Hills, California, and graduated in 1984 add something


Bateman hosted an episode of "Saturday Night Live" during its 13th season in 1988 add something


Taking a break from the entertainment business, Bateman established a clothing design company, Justine Bateman Designs, and ran it from 2000 until 2003 add something


Additionally, in 2006 she starred in a made-for-television movie "To Have and to Hold" with Sebastian Spence add something


In 2006, she guest starred in the tenth episode of "Men in Trees" as Lynn Barstow; this turned into a recurring role for the following eight episodes add something


In 2008, Bateman testified before the United States Senate Commerce Committee in support of net neutrality add something


In 2008, she portrayed a drug dealer who rents a room from Carlos and Gabrielle Solis, in a guest role on "Desperate Housewives" add something


In 2009, she took on the role of Lassiter's ex-wife in USA Network's "Psych" add something


She served on the National Board of Directors of the Screen Actors Guild, until July 2009, when she resigned just prior to the end of her initial 3-year term add something


On March 24, 2012, Bateman announced on her Twitter account that she had been accepted to UCLA and will begin taking classes in the fall of 2012 add something


Bateman considers her vocational interests in equivalent terms to her family life, explaining in 2014: add something


Bateman instead earned her college degree later, in 2016, from UCLA. add something


Justine earned her Computer Science and Digital Media Management degree from UCLA in 2016 add something


Her directorial debut, "Five Minutes" was an official selection at various film festivals, including TIFF 2017 add something


It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2017 add something


"FIVE MINUTES," the film short she wrote, directed, and produced, premiered at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival add something


Bateman's first book, "Fame: The Hijacking of Reality", was published in 2018 by Akashic Books add something