Betsy Beers

television producer

Guest

Television producer; executive producer of Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder

Betsy Beers on KCRW

Betsy Beers tells us about her career evolution -- she was an actress who moved to LA with hopes of getting cast as a "wacky next door neighbor" in a sitcom.

Betsy Beers, Executive Producer of Shondaland

Betsy Beers tells us about her career evolution -- she was an actress who moved to LA with hopes of getting cast as a "wacky next door neighbor" in a sitcom.

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Betsy Beers is Shonda Rhimes' producing partner and the executive producer of Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder.

Betsy Beers on Executive Producing in Shondaland

Betsy Beers is Shonda Rhimes' producing partner and the executive producer of Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder.

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