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Examples of "karen_sisco"
"Karen Sisco" was canceled before airing all of the finished episodes. The last three were first broadcast when the series was re-aired on the USA Network.
Landgraf founded the production company Jersey Television with Danny DeVito, Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher. Jersey Television was responsible for producing shows like Comedy Central's "Reno 911!" and "Karen Sisco".
Karen Sisco is an American crime drama television series starring Carla Gugino in the title role. The series was created by novelist Elmore Leonard, based on a character who had appeared in several of his written works, as well as one film adaptation, 1998's "Out of Sight". The series debuted on October 1, 2003 on ABC, and was canceled after seven episodes.
The film received Academy Award nominations for Adapted Screenplay and Editing and won the Edgar Award for best screenplay and the National Society of Film Critics awards for best film, screenplay, and director. The film led to a spinoff TV series in 2003, "Karen Sisco".
Jennifer Gimenez is an American model, actress and reality television personality. She has appeared in music videos for Tupac Shakur, Babyface and Mick Jagger, in films such as "Blow", "Vanilla Sky", and "", and on TV shows such as "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "Karen Sisco". She ranked 77 on "Maxim" magazine's 2001 Hot 100 list.
In his career, he has edited episodes of "Ally McBeal", "Robbery Homicide Division", "Karen Sisco", "Kidnapped", "Shark", "The Beast" and "Entourage". He also edited episodes of "The West Wing", "House M.D." and "Justified", as well as directing at least one episode of those series and numerous episodes for the latter.
She starred in two short-lived TV series: ABC's Elmore Leonard crime drama "Karen Sisco" in 2003, and CBS's science fiction series "Threshold" in 2005. That same year, Gugino appeared as Lucille in the feature film adaptation of Frank Miller's graphic novel, "Sin City". The following year, she appeared in the movie "Night at the Museum".
She has appeared in the 2005 made-for-TV movie "Romy and Michelle: A New Beginning" on ABC. She has also played transgender characters in episodes of "Karen Sisco", "ER", "Eli Stone", How To Get Away With Murder and "Grey's Anatomy".
Wayne Armand Massarelli (August 30, 1949 – July 13, 2012) was an American make-up artist whose film credits included "My Fellow Americans", "The Muppets Take Manhattan", "", "These Old Broads" and "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde". His television work included "", "Karen Sisco", "Grace Under Fire", and "Tears and Laughter: The Joan and Melissa Rivers Story".
Sandra Bullock was originally considered to play Karen Sisco opposite Clooney. According to Soderbergh, "What happened was I spent some time with [Clooney and Bullock] and they actually did have a great chemistry. But it was for the wrong movie. They really should do a movie together, but it was not Elmore Leonard energy."
Jack Foley, a "gentleman bank robber" arranges a break-out from a Florida jail. The plan is interrupted by shotgun toting Federal Marshal Karen Sisco. The pair end up in the trunk of the getaway car, where find they have a mutual interest: classic Hollywood movies.
He also served as first assistant director on several non-Disney television series, including "Scarecrow and Mrs. King", "Quantum Leap", "Profiler" and "Karen Sisco"; and produced a number of projects. Over the course of his tenure on the Angela Lansbury series "Murder She Wrote", he was credited as first assistant director, assistant producer, and director.
His television credits include roles in "" (in the episode "Second Skin"), "Party of Five", "Gilmore Girls", "Karen Sisco", "Fringe", "Monk", and "The Closer" (Season 4, episode 13, "Power of Attorney") playing Phillip Stroh, an attorney who was a rapist and murder suspect.
Jason Smilovic is an American writer and executive producer of Croatian descent, as well as the creator of the television series "Kidnapped", "My Own Worst Enemy", and "Karen Sisco". Smilovic was most recently an executive producer on "My Own Worst Enemy". He also wrote the film "Lucky Number Slevin". Smilovic graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in political theory and philosophy. He has worked frequently with director-producer Michael Dinner.
Babatundé appeared in a recurring role on "Kingdom" and Amazon's "Hand of God", as Bishop Bruce Congdon. He also appeared in "Half & Half", as well as appearances on "The Young and the Restless", "Boston Legal", "Grey's Anatomy", "NCIS", "Cold Case", "Strong Medicine", "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air", "Chicago Hope", "Any Day Now, Karen Sisco, Dawson's Creek" and Friends. In the 1998 miniseries, "The Temptations", he played the founder of Motown Records Berry Gordy.
Lefcourt's early career involved writing teleplays for primetime series such as "Cagney and Lacey", "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" (both of which he also produced), "Eight is Enough", and "Remington Steele", among others. He penned the scripts for the television movies "Monte Carlo", "Cracked Up", "Danielle Steel's Fine Things", and "The Women of Windsor". In more recent years he executive-produced and wrote for "Beggars and Choosers" and "Karen Sisco".
A career bank robber, Jack Foley, and a U.S. Marshal, Karen Sisco, are forced to share a car trunk during Foley's escape from a Florida prison. After he completes his getaway, Foley is chased by Sisco while he and his friends—right-hand man Buddy and unreliable associate Glenn—work their way north to Bloomfield Hills, a wealthy northern suburb of Detroit. There they plan to pay a visit to shady businessman Ripley, who foolishly bragged to them in prison years before about a cache of uncut diamonds hidden in his home.
Harris has starred in such films as "One More Saturday Night", "Of Mice and Men", and "". She also played the evil trucker's wife in the Kurt Russell movie "Breakdown". She has made a guest appearances on the TV shows "Karen Sisco", "The Equalizer", and "Crime Story". At one time, she was a member of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company that Gary Sinise was instrumental in establishing. In 1987 she won a Chicago / Midwest Emmy Award for her role in "Murder in Green Meadows". She also starred in Disney's "Tall Tale" in 1995.
Carla Gugino (; ; born August 29, 1971) is an American actress. She is known for her roles as Ingrid Cortez in the ""Spy Kids" trilogy", Sally Jupiter in "Watchmen" (2009), Dr. Vera Gorski in "Sucker Punch" (2011), and as the lead characters of the television series "Karen Sisco" and "Threshold". Her feature film work includes starring roles in "Son in Law" (1993), "Sin City" (2005), "Night at the Museum" (2006), "Mr. Popper's Penguins" (2011) and "San Andreas" (2015), as well as Kelor in the DC Extended Universe. Gugino has had lead roles in the TV series "Political Animals" (2012), "Wayward Pines" (2015), and "Roadies" (2016).
Film credits include "" and "Stolen Summer" (both in 2002). TV series credits include theme music for "Sliders", "Million Dollar Mysteries", "Crisis Center" (first Emmy nomination), "Profiler" (second Emmy nomination), and "Boston Legal". Additional series to which Lux has contributed music include "My Name Is Earl" (with Mark Leggett), "Boston Legal", "Grey's Anatomy", "Karen Sisco", "Hack", "Ally McBeal" (one BMI win), "Boston Public", "NYPD Blue" (two BMI wins, both shared with Mike Post), "John Doe", "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch", "The Good Wife", "Melrose Place", "Dawson's Creek" and Mistresses US TV Series.