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Ted Williams is the writer of “Two Shades Of Blue,” starring Academy-Award Winning Actress, Marlee Matlin. The murder-mystery explores the world of the hearing-impaired when a famous author is framed for murder and forced to change her identity and go undercover as a rely operator for deaf people in an attempt to clear her name and find the real killer. The movie also stars Gary Busey, Rachel Hunter and Eric Roberts. “Two Shades Of Blue” was produced and distributed theatrically in Germany and throughout Europe, New Zealand and Australia, and aired on HBO and Showtime. Ted was the Associate Producer and rewrote the script for the skydiving action film “Cutaway,” that stars Tom Berenger, Dennis Rodman, Maxine Bahns, Stephen Baldwin and Casper Van Dien. Ted has produced, written, directed and edited several short films including “The Dream Comes True,” “Art Is Not Enough, and “Ken & Suavek’s Wedding” and in 2008 Ted directed a series of Public Service Announcements for the grass-roots organization Love, Honor, Cherish in support of the No on Prop 8 campaign. The PSA’s featured everyday ordinary people recounting personal stories, including testimonials from former LA City Councilmember -- now Mayor Eric Garcetti -- and City Attorney Mike Feuer. Ted was script consultant on the movie “Promised Land,” an art house film that found distribution through various art house theaters, including a run in many theaters across Europe. The road adventure is about an aging child star that helps a woman find her long-lost daughter and stars Chad Smith, Ruth Gerson and Ernie Banks. Ted is script consultant on “The Bench Project,” a series of short films that features just two characters on a park bench somewhere in New York City. “The Bench Project” premiered August 2015 at the Chain New York Film Festival in Long Island. “The Bench Project’s: ‘Lost and Found,’” screened at the Women’s National Democratic Club in Washington DC and the DC Shorts Film Festival. In addition to screenwriting, Ted is a writer and producer on some of America’s most popular Reality TV shows. With over 26 prime time TV credits to his name, Ted has written for shows like “Big Brother,” “Vanderpump Rules,” “Project Runway,” “Top Chef,” “American Ninja Warriors,” “Lisa Raye: The Real McCoy,” “Cupcake Wars,” and “Love & Hip Hop.” People often ask, how do you write for reality TV, which is the title of the book Ted is currently writing, based on his experiences working on Reality TV shows for various production companies and networks.