Richard Heus

Richard Heus

Highest Rated: 22% Race the Sun (1996)

Lowest Rated: 22% Race the Sun (1996)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Paterson, New Jersey, USA

Richard Heus is a television producer and occasional director, known for his work on several acclaimed documentaries and for producing the ABC hit sitcom "Ugly Betty." After completing graduate school at Stanford and working on various documentaries for PBS affiliates, he started producing quality movies for television featuring young stars or actors on their way to stardom, including "A Conspiracy of Love" (with Drew Barrymore and Robert Young), "Jacob Have I Loved" (with Bridget Fonda), and "Darrow," starring Kevin Spacey as the legendary lawyer. In 1997, he served as executive producer on "The Fifties," a multi-part documentary which aired on the History Channel and was based on award-winning author David Halberstam's book. With "Early Edition," a CBS drama that began airing in 1996, he incorporated a weekly series into his list of credits, something he would continue to do over the years. Heus served as a producer on the ambitious science fiction mini-series "Taken," executive produced by Steven Spielberg, and won his first Emmy award for his work on the program. In the years since "Taken," he has gone on to produce a number of popular dramatic and comedic series, including the aforementioned "Ugly Betty" and "Body of Proof," starring Dana Delany.



No Score Yet No Score Yet Behind the Mask Executive Producer - 1999
22% 41% Race the Sun Producer $1.7M 1996
No Score Yet 71% Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story Producer - 1995
No Score Yet 87% Switched at Birth Executive Producer - 1991


84% 81% The Man in the High Castle Executive Producer 2019
97% 86% Ugly Betty Director 2009-2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet Early Edition Director 1998


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