Don McBrearty

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Don McBrearty is a Canadian film director.

Career[edit]

In 2003 he directed the made for television drama film Sex and the Single Mom].[1][2] It tells the story of Jess Gradwell (Gail O'Grady), a single and overly concerned mother of a 15 year old teenage girl, Sara (Danielle Panabaker). She becomes even more over protective when Sara tells her about thinking of having sex with her new boyfriend. The things between Sara and Jess start to change when Jess begins an affair with a newly single doctor.

He directed the sequel to Sex and the Single Mom, entitled More Sex and the Single Mom, released in 2005 with O'Grady reprising her role as Jess. The film focuses on Jess's life as a mother of a teenage daughter and three-year old son, as well as on her increasingly complicated love and sex life. In an interview with The Tuscaloosa News, O'Grady admitted that she had been "pleasantly surprised" when informed that there would be a sequel and stated that the ending of the second film left the door open for future sequels.[3]

Filmography[edit]

  • American Nightmare, 1983
  • Coming Out Alive, 1984
  • Strange Tales/Ray Bradbury Theatre, 1986 (TV)
  • A Child's Christmas in Wales, 1987 (TV)
  • Road to Avonlea, 1992 (episodes "The Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's", "The Materializing of Duncan MacTavish", "The Witch of Avonlea", "A Mother's Love", "When She Was Bad, She Was Horrid, Pts. I and II", "After the Honeymoon", "Felicity's Perfect Beau", "Tug of War", "Boys Will Be Boys", "Heirs and Graces", "Home Movie", "Memento Mori")
  • Butterbox Babies, 1994
  • Race to Freedom: The Story of the Underground Railroad, 1994 (TV)
  • Newton: A Tale of Two Isaacs, 1997 (TV)
  • Wind at My Back, 1999 (episodes "The Summer Plague", "Marriage of True Minds", "The Wild Blue Yonder", "Remembrance Day", "Marathon")
  • Blue Murder, 2001 (episodes "Spankdaddy", "Family Man")
  • The Interrogation of Michael Crowe, 2002 (TV)
  • Sex and the Single Mom, 2003 (TV)
  • More Sex and the Single Mom, 2005 (TV)
  • Chasing Freedom, 2004 (TV)
  • ReGenesis, 2004 (episodes "Faint Hope", "The Trials", "Prions", "Spare Parts")
  • October 1970, 2006 (TV)
  • Heartland, 2007 (episodes "Coming Together", "Nothing Endures", "Come What May", "One Trick Pony")
  • Murdoch Mysteries, 2008 (episodes "Still Waters", "Let Loose the Dogs", "Til Death Do Us Part", "Elementary, My Dear Murdoch")
  • Accidental Friendship, 2008 Hallmark Channel TV movie
  • Wild Roses, 2009 (episodes "Love and Loss", "Oil and Water")

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CRITIC'S PICKS". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. September 8, 2003. Retrieved 16 May 2013. 
  2. ^ "Sex and the Single Mom (2003)". New York Times (Rovi Review). Retrieved 16 May 2013. 
  3. ^ "O'Grady plays 'Single Mom' again". The Tuscaloosa News. Feb 6, 2005. Retrieved 16 May 2013. 

External links[edit]

Don McBrearty at the Internet Movie Database