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Nationality  American
Spouse  Mark Fluent (m. 2001)
Role  Writer

Name  Justine Bateman
Years active  1982–present
Siblings  Jason Bateman
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Full Name  Justine Tanya Bateman
Born  February 19, 1966 (age 49) (1966-02-19) Rye, New York, U.S.
Occupation  Writer, producer, actress
Children  Gianetta Fluent, Duke Kenneth Fluent
Parents  Victoria Elizabeth Bateman, Kent Bateman
Movies and TV shows  Family Ties, Out of Order, Satisfaction, Hollywood Mom's Mystery, Easy to Assemble
Similar People  Jason Bateman, Tina Yothers, Meredith Baxter, Michael Gross, Amanda Anka

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Justine Tanya Bateman (born February 19, 1966) is an American writer, director, producer, and actress. Her acting work includes includes the 80s hit "Family Ties," "Satisfaction," "Men Behaving Badly," "The TV Set," "Desperate Housewives," "Californication," and many more. "FIVE MINUTES," the film short she wrote, directed, and produced, premiered at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival. Justine earned her Computer Science and Digital Media Management degree from UCLA in 2016.

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Early life

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Bateman was born in Rye, New York, United States (U.S.), to Victoria Elizabeth, a former flight attendant for Pan Am who was originally from the United Kingdom (UK), and Kent Bateman. Her younger brother is actor, director, and producer Jason Bateman.

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She attended Taft Charter High School in Woodland Hills, California. However, Bateman could not attend college due to her contractual obligations with Family Ties. According to Bateman in 2014, she was informed by the series' line producer Carol Himes, "You’re under contract to Paramount Studios." Bateman instead earned her college degree later, in 2016, from UCLA.

Television

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Bateman's most prominent acting role began when she was a teenager, playing the role of superficial Mallory Keaton on the television sitcom Family Ties in 1982; she continued the role throughout the show's run which ended in 1989. In 1984, Bateman starred on the Tales from the Darkside television series, in the episode "Mookie and Pookie". She hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live during its 13th season in 1988.

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The following year she ceased her Family Ties role, for which she was nominated for two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award.

In 1996, she guest starred on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman as the character Sarah/Zara in four episodes — two at the end of season 3, and two at the beginning of season 4. In the 1996–97 NBC American version of the British TV comedy Men Behaving Badly, featuring Rob Schneider and Ron Eldard, she starred as Sarah, Eldard's character's girlfriend. Bateman returned to TV with the 2003 Showtime mini-series, Out of Order, alongside Eric Stoltz, Felicity Huffman, and Bill Macy.

In the third season Arrested Development episode, "Family Ties," which was broadcast in February 2006, her character is initially believed to be Michael Bluth's sister, but she turns out to be a prostitute taken advantage of by his father, and pimped by his brother. Michael Bluth was played by Bateman's real-life brother, Jason.

Reoccurring roles included Men in Trees and Still Standing, and Desperate Housewives.

Feature films

In 1988, Bateman starred in the lead role in the motion picture Satisfaction. The film, about an all-girl musical band, also featured Julia Roberts and Liam Neeson. Bateman starred as the lead vocalist and also performed the vocals on the soundtrack. Other films include "The Night We Never Met," with Matthew Broderick, and "The TV Set," with David Duchovny and Sigourney Weaver.

Other media

She has acted in several web series. She acted in John August's Remnants, Illeana Douglas’ IKEA-sponsored Easy to Assemble (for which in 2010 Bateman was among the winners of the Streamy Award for Best Ensemble Cast and was nominated for a Streamy Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Web-Series), and Anthony Zuiker's digi-novel series Level 26: Dark Prophecy, in which she plays a tarot card reader.

Theater

Bateman's theater experience includes Arthur Miller's The Crucible (Roundabout Theater), David Mamet's Speed the Plow (Williamstown Theater Fest), and Frank Wedekind's Lulu (Berkeley Rep).

Producer

In the fall of 2007, Bateman helped produce the Speechless campaign in support of the Writers Guild of America strike. In 2004, she also launched FM78.tv, a digital production company which became the digital production and consulting company Section 5.. Her producing credtis include the film shorts "Z" and "FIVE MINUTES," as well as Easy to Assemble, which garnered more than 5.1 million views during its second season;

Bateman also co-produced and co-presented with fashion maven Kelly Cutrone on their internet talk show Wake Up and Get Real (WUAGR). Described as an alternative to the television series The View, WUAGR was last broadcast in June 2011.

Writer

Bateman wrote her directorial debut, "Five Minutes." It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2017 . She made her first script sale to Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place.. She also co-wrote the adaptation of Lisi Harrison's teenage book series, The Clique, for a Warner Bros. internet series; Bateman's first book, FAME, a non-fiction about the life cycle of Fame and society’s strong need for it, will be published in 2018 by Akashic Books.

Director

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

Other work

On a hiatus from the entertainment business, Bateman established a clothing design company in 2000. She managed it until its closure in 2003. Justine Bateman Designs was known for one-of-a-kind hand knits. It sold to BendelsNY, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Fred Segal.

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 three-year term.

Personal life

Bateman dated Leif Garrett in the late 1980s.

In 2001, Bateman married Mark Fluent, with whom she has two children.

Bateman is an outspoken supporter of net neutrality. In 2008, Bateman testified before the United States Senate Commerce Committee in support of net neutrality.

Bateman is a licensed pilot of single-engine planes and a certified scuba diver.

References

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