Dorie Barton made her debut as writer-director with the feature film "Girl Flu." which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival in 2016 and went on to become a festival hit, screening at dozens of festivals worldwide, winning many awards, including the Audience Award in the New Director category at the Nashville Film Festival. As an actor, Barton has been seen in on numerous television shows from daytime drama to multi-cam sitcoms, major motion pictures such as "Down with Love" opposite Ewan MacGregor, and indie favorites including Bobcat Goldthwait's "God Bless America." Barton is an award-winning stage performer, most recently starring as Mary in Sarah Ruhl's "Passion Play" and performing the title role in Len Jenkins' "Margot Veil." She has been the voice of numerous national ad campaigns and narrator of documentaries and books. A long-time script consultant for filmmakers, Barton works with up-and-coming writers and industry veterans alike. Barton graduated from the California Institute of the Arts with a BFA in theater and she remains a proud member of the Evidence Room Theater Company in Los Angeles.
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