Bette Gordon

Bette Gordon

Highest Rated: 81% Handsome Harry (2009)

Lowest Rated: 50% The Drowning (2016)

Birthday: Jun 22, 1950

Birthplace: Not Available

Bette Gordon worked on a variety of projects during her entertainment career. Gordon's earliest roles were in film, including the Serafina Bathrick experimental "Eleven By Fourteen" (1977) and "Fraulein Berlin" (1982). In the eighties and the 2010s, Gordon devoted her time to various credits, such as "Variety" (1985), "Seven Women - Seven Sins" (1987) and "Into the Mainstream" (1991) starring Ned Lander. She also worked on "Luminous Motion" (2000). Most recently, Gordon directed the Jamey Sheridan drama "Handsome Harry" (2010). Gordon was married to James Benning and had one child.




50% 18% The Drowning Director - 2016
81% 56% Handsome Harry Director $22.9K 2009
50% No Score Yet Luminous Motion Director $51.4K 1998
No Score Yet No Score Yet Seven Women, Seven Sins Director,
- 1986
No Score Yet 26% Variety Director - 1985


No Score Yet No Score Yet Monsters Director 1989-1991