Betsy Beers

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Betsy Beers is an American television and movie producer best known for her work on Grey's Anatomy.

She has served as executive producer for over sixty episodes of Grey's Anatomy since its debut in 2005, and continues as executive producer of its 2007 spin-off series, Private Practice. In 2012, she became co-producer of Scandal.[1] From her debut in 1993 to 2006, she worked mostly in film. She produced the films The Disappearance of Christina (1993), Witch Hunt (1994), 200 Cigarettes (1999), Best Laid Plains (1999), Casanova (2005) and The Hoax (2007). She has also served as executive producer for the films Safe Passage (1994), Bad Dog (2000), and Self Storage (2002).

Ms. Beers is a graduate of Milton Academy and Williams College.


  1. ^ Goldstein, Meredith (3 April 2012). "Milton Academy grad rules prime-time TV". Boston Globe. Retrieved 9 May 2012. 

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