(Executive Producer/Sara Anselmi)
Patricia Heaton is a gifted actress, celebrated for her role on CBS' Everybody Loves Raymond
, for which she has garnered two consecutive Emmys for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Her successful acting career began with her Broadway debut in the musical Don't Get Started
. She then formed Stage Three, an acting company that produced off-Broadway plays. The company took The Johnstown Vindicator
to Los Angeles, where Heaton's performance caught the eyes of casting directors.
Heaton's television credits include regular roles on the series Room for Two, Someone Like Me
and Women of the House;
a role on the critically acclaimed series thirtysomething;
and starring roles in the telefilms Miracle in the Woods,
with Della Reese; A Town Without Christmas
; and TNT's The Goodbye Girl
. Her feature film credits include Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Beethoven, New Age
and Space Jam.
Founded in 2001, Four Boys Films is headed by Heaton and her husband, actor/director/writer David Hunt. They recently completed production on the documentary feature film The Bituminous Coal Queens of Pennsylvania
, which Hunt directed. Four Boys is currently developing Amazing Grace
with Phillip Anschutz's Walden Media. The film, to be directed by Michael Apted, is slated to begin production this November in the United Kingdom. The drama is the true story of William Wilberforce, who advocated for the freedom of slaves in 18th century England.
Heaton's first book, Motherhood and Hollywood
, chronicles her life with a collection of touching and humorous essays and has established her as a best-selling author. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their four sons.
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