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Bill Groom was production designer on The Pledge and art director on The Indian Runner, both of which were directed by Milk star Sean Penn.
He began his career in New York City, as art director on such features as James Toback’s The Pick-up Artist, Susan Seidelman’s Cookie, and Penny Marshall’s Awakenings. He would later production-design three features for the latter director; A League of Their Own, The Preacher’s Wife, and Riding in Cars with Boys.
Mr. Groom’s other feature credits as production designer include four films for director Joseph Ruben: The Good Son, Money Train, Return to Paradise, and The Forgotten (produced by Milk producers Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen); Daniel Petrie’s Rocket Gibraltar; Michael Hoffman’s Game 6; and three telefilms for director Peter H. Hunt: The Parade, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and Charley Hannah.