David Straiton

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David Straiton
Occupation Director
Years active 1996–present

David Straiton is an American television director.

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Since the 1990s, he has amassed a large number of notable television credits, first making his directorial debut on an episode of the Disney Channel series Flash Forward. Some of his other television credits include: The Secret World of Alex Mack, Dark Angel, Fastlane, The Immortal, Jake 2.0, Heroes, Dollhouse, Star Trek: Enterprise, Standoff, Life, Charmed, Sex, Love & Secrets, House M.D., Mercy, Detroit 1-8-7, Angel, Las Vegas, Defying Gravity, Chaos, The Cape, White Collar, Nikita, The Firm, The Finder, and Fringe.[1][2]

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