Greg Beeman

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Greg Beeman
Born 1962 (age 53–54)
Honolulu, Hawaii, US
Other names Gregory Beeman
Occupation Director and producer
Years active 1986–present

Greg Beeman (born 1962 in Honolulu, Hawaii,[citation needed]) is an American film and television director and producer.

He is well known for his work on the television series Smallville, JAG, and Heroes.

He also worked on the TNT apocalyptic/science-fiction series Falling Skies, as executive producer and main director.


Beeman started his career in the mid to late 1980s, directing two low budget television films and guest directing for the television show The Wonder Years. Beeman made his theatrical directing debut in 1988 in License to Drive.

He would continue his work in the television industry but made a string of comedies during the early 1990s. Beeman would work on numerous television projects during the latter stages of the 1990s, most notably as a recurring director on television series JAG.

In 2000 he won a Directors Guild of America award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs for the television film Miracle in Lane 2.

In 2001, Beeman came on board The WB super-hero series Smallville, as a director and co-executive producer. He later was promoted to executive producer and directed the shows series finale.

The following year he was nominated for a Directors Guild of America award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs for the television adaptation of A Ring of Endless Light.

In 2006, he became a co-executive producer and director on the NBC series Heroes. He would later be promoted to executive producer.[1]

He directed the 2007 Aquaman pilot.

In 2009, he joined The CW drama Melrose Place, as a director and executive producer.

After Melrose Place's cancellation, Beeman boarded the TNT science-fiction/action series Falling Skies, as a director and co-executive produce in 2011. In its second season, Beeman served as executive producer and primary director.


Feature credits[edit]

Year Film Credit Notes
1988 License to Drive director
1990 Tales of the Unknown director, writer "The Big Garage"
1992 Mom and Dad Save the World director
1995 Bushwhacked director

Television credits[edit]

Year Program Credit Notes
1986 The Richest Cat in the World director TV movie
Little Spies director TV movie
1988–1993 The Wonder Years director 3 episodes
1991–1992 Eerie, Indiana director 1 episode
1993–1994 The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. director 1 episode
Harts of the West director 2 episodes
1995 Problem Child 3: Junior in Love director TV Movie
1995–1996 Nowhere Man director 1 episode
Strange Luck director 2 episodes
1995–2005 JAG director 11 episodes
1996–1999 The Sentinel director
1996–2001 Nash Bridges director, producer 18 episodes
1997 Under Wraps director TV movie
1998 Brink! director TV movie
1998–2000 Martial Law director 4 episodes
1999 Horse Sense director, producer TV movie
1999–2000 The Strip director
1999–2002 Providence director 2 episodes
2000 Miracle in Lane 2 director, producer TV movie
I Spike director
City of Angels director
Secret Agent Man director 1 episode
The Ultimate Christmas Present director TV movie
2001–2002 Philly director 1 episode
2001–2011 Smallville director, co-executive producer, executive producer 105 episodes
2002 A Ring of Endless Light director, producer TV movie
2006–2010 Heroes director, co-executive producer, executive producer 58 episodes
2007 Aquaman director pilot
2009–2010 Melrose Place director, executive producer 16 episodes
2010–present Rizzoli & Isles director 1 episode
2010–2011 The Defenders director 1 episode
No Ordinary Family director 1 episode
Memphis Beat director 1 episode
2011–present Falling Skies director, co-executive producer, executive producer 17 episodes
Once Upon a Time director 1 episode
2012 Touch director 1 episode


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