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December 31, 2013

Sue Bub, Costume Design & Supervision

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2014 marks the beginning of Sue Bub’s 25th year as an industry costumer. Since the late 1980s, she has enjoyed working primarily in television. She has supervised many telefilms and miniseries, including the Primetime Emmy‐winning James Dean. Her career highlights include costume department supervision of the episodic shows Any Day Now, Without a Trace, Cane, Franklin and Bash and Shameless.

She is a 19‐year member of Costumers Local 705 and is currently serving a second term on the Local’s Executive Board. She has been serving on the Costume Design & Supervision Peer Group Executive Committee and is honored to represent costume supervisors and all industry costumers as governor.

2014 marks the beginning of Sue Bub’s 25th year as an industry costumer. Since the late 1980s, she has enjoyed working primarily in television. She has supervised many telefilms and miniseries, including the Primetime Emmy‐winning James Dean. Her career highlights include costume department supervision of the episodic shows Any Day Now, Without a Trace, Cane, Franklin and Bash and Shameless.

She is a 19‐year member of Costumers Local 705 and is currently serving a second term on the Local’s Executive Board. She has been serving on the Costume Design & Supervision Peer Group Executive Committee and is honored to represent costume supervisors and all industry costumers as governor.

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