Justine Bateman

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Actor and very active member of the Screen Actors' Guild

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The NBC sitcom ‘Family Ties’ ran for seven seasons, from 1982 to 1989--a decade-defining piece of pop culture.

Justine Bateman on her new book, ‘Fame’

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