Seth Caplan

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Seth Caplan
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Seth Caplan
Seth Caplan

(1977-04-15) April 15, 1977 (age 42)
  • Producer
  • Writer
  • Actor
Kristen Kolada Caplan (m. 2010)

Seth Caplan is an award-winning[1] American film producer who lives in Los Angeles, CA. His works include, First Girl I Loved, In Search of a Midnight Kiss, Flatland: The Movie, and Teenage Dirtbag. Seth grew up in Chicago, Illinois where he attended the Francis W. Parker School. He is a graduate of the Plan II program at the University of Texas.



In 2016, Seth won the Sundance Film Festival Audience Award: NEXT for First Girl I Loved, for which he was a producer.[5]

In 2009, Seth won the Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award for In Search of a Midnight Kiss, for which he was a producer.

Additional Work[edit]

In 2001, Seth co-founded Enspire Learning [6] with college friends Ben Glazer and Bjorn Billhardt. Seth remains a major shareholder in the company.

Personal life[edit]

Seth is married to Kristen (Kolada) Caplan.[7]


  1. ^ Zeitchik, Steven (2009-03-19). "When indie meets digi". Hollywood Reporter.
  2. ^ Sanga, Kerem (2016-10-18), First Girl I Loved, retrieved 2016-10-28
  3. ^ "Follow". 2006-10-09. Retrieved 2014-04-29.
  4. ^ "Austin Film Festival News: Filmmaker Focus: Seth Caplan". 2006-10-09. Retrieved 2014-04-29.
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  6. ^ Dietrich, Alicia (2002-06-01). Enspiring Minds. The Alcalde.
  7. ^ Monitor Staff (2010-07-18). "Kolada-Caplan". The Concord Monitor.

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