Justine Bateman

writer/director of “Violet”

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Actor and very active member of the Screen Actors' Guild

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Justine Bateman quickly became a star when the sitcom “Family Ties” debuted in 1982. She played the sweet but vane teenage daughter, Mallory.

Hollywood producer learns to fight her inner demons in Justine Bateman’s ‘Violet’

Justine Bateman quickly became a star when the sitcom “Family Ties” debuted in 1982. She played the sweet but vane teenage daughter, Mallory.

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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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