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Known For

Blended
Blended Art Department
(2014)
Vacation
Vacation Art Department
(2015)
Driving Miss Daisy
Driving Miss Daisy Art Department
(1989)
42
42 Art Department
(2013)

Filmography

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 2015/I Vacation (buyer)
 2014 Blended (set decoration buyer)
 2013 Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (set decoration buyer)
 2013 42 (set decorating buyer)
 2013 The Following (TV Series) (buyer - 2 episodes)
- The Poet's Fire (2013) ... (buyer - uncredited)
- Pilot (2013) ... (buyer - uncredited)
 2012 Parental Guidance (set decoration buyer)
 2009 Drop Dead Diva (TV Series) (buyer - 10 episodes)
- What If? (2009) ... (buyer - uncredited)
- Make Me a Match (2009) ... (buyer - uncredited)
- The Dress (2009) ... (buyer - uncredited)
- Crazy (2009) ... (buyer - uncredited)
- The Magic Bullet (2009) ... (buyer - uncredited)
 1989 Driving Miss Daisy (property assistant)
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 1998 'Fried Green Tomatoes': The Moments of Discovery (Video documentary) (hair stylist) / (makeup artist)
 1992 Playboy Video Centerfold: Pamela Anderson (Video documentary) (makeup artist)
 1991 Playboy: Sexy Lingerie III (Video documentary) (makeup artist)
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 1986 Willy/Milly (costumer)
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 2003 The Adventures of Ociee Nash (as Vera Faye Smith)
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Alternate Names:

Vera Faye Smith

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