Fred Toye

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Fred Toye
Born Frederick E. O. Toye
(1967-09-26) September 26, 1967 (age 49)
Los Angeles, California
Residence Santa Barbara, California
Alma mater University of California, Santa Barbara
Occupation Television director, editor, producer
Years active 1989–present

Frederick E. O. "Fred" Toye (born September 26, 1967) is an American television director and occasional producer. His directorial work in 2016 includes an episode in the final season of The Good Wife, the 100th episode of Person of Interest, several episodes for BrainDead and the miniseries 11.22.63, and for the HBO series Westworld.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

Toye attended the University of California, Santa Barbara and graduated with a B.A.[1]

Career[edit]

Toye began his career as a production assistant for five years and an editor for 15 years, before becoming a television director.[2] He is a frequent collaborator of J.J. Abrams. He has directed, edited, and co-produced several episodes of the ABC series, Alias,[3] as well as serving as a producer and occasional director on the Fox science fiction series Fringe.

He has also directed episodes of: Lost, Ghost Whisperer, Brothers & Sisters, The 4400, Moonlight, V, CSI:NY, Chuck, The Good Wife, Falling Skies, Person of Interest, and other series.

Selected filmography[edit]

  • Westworld
  • Person of Interest
    • episode 1.07 "Witness"
    • episode 1.21 "Many Happy Returns"
    • episode 2.07 "Critical"
    • episode 2.15 "Booked Solid"
    • episode 3.02 "Nothing to Hide"
    • episode 3.09 "The Crossing"
    • episode 3.21 "Beta"
    • episode 4.03 "Wingman"
    • episode 4.16 "Blunt"
    • episode 4.21 "Asylum"
    • episode 5.10 "The Day The World Went Away"
  • The Good Wife
    • episode 1.22 "Hybristophilia"
    • episode 2.20 "Foreign Affairs"
    • episode 3.04 "Feeding the Rat"
    • episode 3.13 "Bitcoin for Dummies"
    • episode 3.14 "Another Ham Sandwich"
    • episode 4.05 "Waiting for the Knock"
    • episode 4.19 "The Wheels of Justice"
    • episode 5.07 "The Next Week"
    • episode 6.05 "Shiny Objects"
  • Revolution
    • episode 1.10 "Nobody's Fault But Mine"
    • episode 1.19 "Children of Men"
    • episode 2.05 "One Riot, One Ranger"
    • episode 2.17 "Why We Fight"
  • Almost Human
    • episode 1.12 "Beholder"
  • Rizzoli & Isles
    • episode 2.09 "Gone Daddy Gone"
    • episode 3.07 "Crazy for You"
  • Falling Skies
    • episode 1.04 "Grace"
    • episode 1.05 "Silent Kill"
  • CSI: NY
    • episode 5.02 "Page Turner"
    • episode 7.15 "Vigilante"
    • episode 8.01 "Indelible"
  • Vegas
    • episode 1.13 "Road Trip"
  • Hawaii Five-0
    • episode 1.11 "Palekaiko"
    • episode 2.19 "Kalele"
    • episode 3.02 "Kanalua"
  • Undercovers
    • episode 1.09 "A Night to Forget"
  • Miami Medical
    • episode 1.12 "Down to the Bone"
  • V
    • episode 1.03 "A Bright New Day"
    • episode 1.09 "Heretic's Fork"
  • Melrose Place
    • episode 1.04 "Vine"
  • Ghost Whisperer
    • episode 2.04 "The Ghost Within"
    • episode 2.18 "Children of Ghosts"
    • episode 3.07 "Unhappy Medium"
    • episode 3.09 "All Ghosts Lead to Grandview"
    • episode 3.14 "The Gravesitter"
  • The 4400
    • episode 3.11 "The Gospel According to Collier"
  • Invasion
    • episode 1.16 "The Fittest"
  • Chuck
    • episode 1.12 "Chuck Versus the Undercover Lover"
    • episode 3.05 "Chuck Versus the First Class"
    • episode 3.15 "Chuck Versus the Role Models"
    • episode 4.17 "Chuck Versus the First Bank of Evil"
    • episode 5.09 "Chuck Versus the Kept Man"
  • Brothers & Sisters
    • episode 1.06 "For the Children"
    • episode 1.10 "Light the Lights"
  • Alias
    • episode 4.13 "Tuesday"
    • episode 5.02 "...1..."
    • episode 5.04 "Mockingbird"
    • episode 5.13 "30 Seconds"
    • episode 5.16 "Reprisal"
  • Lost
  • Moonlight
  • Fringe

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "A Primetime Evolution: Fred Toye & The Good Life". impactmania.com. Retrieved August 22, 2016. 
  2. ^ Weston, Judith (June 6, 2011). "Q&A with Television Director Fred Toye". judithweston.com. Retrieved August 20, 2016. 
  3. ^ Abbott, Stacey; Brown, Simon (2007). Investigating Alias: secrets and spies. I.B.Tauris. p. 217. ISBN 978-1-84511-405-3. 

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