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Thomas Bezucha


Thomas Bezucha was born on March 8, 1964 as Thomas Gordon Bezucha. He is a director and writer, known for The Family Stone (2005), Monte Carlo (2011) and Big Eden (2000). See full bio »

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 2011 Monte Carlo
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 2011 Monte Carlo (screenplay)
 2005 The Family Stone (written by)
 2000 Big Eden
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 2013 The Way Way Back (special thanks)
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 2013 Greatest Ever Christmas Movies (TV Movie documentary)
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 2006 The Family Stone: Behind the Scenes (Video documentary short)
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A former fashion executive, Bezucha spent ten years with Polo/Ralph Lauren as Senior Director of Creative Services and was a Vice President of Creative Services at Coach, before writing and directing his first feature Big Eden (2000). See more »

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