Eric Dean Seaton

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Eric Dean Seaton
Alma materOhio State University
OccupationTelevision director and producer
Years active1995–present
WebsiteOfficial website

Eric Dean Seaton is an American television director, producer and graphic novelist.

Seaton began his career as a stage manager on the series In the House. He then went on to work on the series Smart Guy, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment and That's So Raven. He made his directorial debut on the latter series.

He has since directed more than 200 episodes of 38 hit televisions shows including Undateable, Bella and the Bulldogs, The Thundermans, The Haunted Hathaways,Ground Floor, Eve, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Cory in the House, Just Jordan, True Jackson, VP, Sonny with a Chance, So Random!, Good Luck Charlie, The Suite Life on Deck, The Wannabes, Let's Stay Together, Reed Between the Lines, A.N.T. Farm, Shake It Up, Kickin' It, Jessie, Austin & Ally and How to Rock.[1] In 2019, he was nominated for an Emmy award for Outstanding Directing for his work on the TV series Mech-X4.[2]

He has also directed 18 music videos and two pilots for Nickelodeon, as well as two pilots for Disney XD. Seaton is a Cleveland, Ohio native and graduate of The Ohio State University.[3]

Seaton is also the creator and writer of Legend of the Mantamaji, a graphic novel trilogy.[4]

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