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D. Scott Easton


D. Scott Easton was born in San Francisco, the son of Bud & Mary Alice Easton, a 4th generation San Franciscan. The family moved across the bay to Hayward. His father started a chicken-raising business as a hobby and then went full-time and moved the family to the west-side of Fresno to start a 125,000 chicken ranch. He attended Culver Military ... See full bio »
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 2014 Jersey Boys (second second assistant director)
 2012 Curse of the Sunset Starlet (Short) (first assistant director)
 2011/II The Escape (Short) (first assistant director)
 2010/I Salvation Road (Short) (first assistant director)
 2010 Santa Ana Winds (Short) (assistant director)
 2010 Marvin the Matador (Short) (first assistant director)
 2008 Bald (first assistant director - uncredited)
 2006 Name of the Game (Short) (first assistant director)
 2002 Home Alone 4 (TV Movie) (first assistant director)
 2002 xXx (first assistant director: Lake Tahoe)
 1993 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III (first assistant director: second unit)
 1993 Telling Secrets (TV Movie) (first assistant director)
 1992 Love Field (first assistant director: second unit - as Scott Easton)
 1992 Unlawful Entry (first assistant director)
 1991 Delirious (first assistant director: second unit - as Scott Easton)
 1990 The Rookie (first assistant director: second unit)
 1990 The Boyfriend School (first assistant director)
 1990 Equal Justice (TV Series) (first assistant director - 1 episode)
- Pilot (1990) ... (first assistant director - as David Scott Easton)
 1989 Out Cold (first assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1988 I'll Be Home for Christmas (TV Movie) (assistant director)
 1987 The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd (TV Series) (first assistant director - 1 episode)
- Here's Why Cosmetics Should Come in Unbreakable Bottles (1987) ... (first assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1986-1987 Magnum, P.I. (TV Series) (first assistant director - 10 episodes)
- Limbo (1987) ... (first assistant director - as Scott Easton)
- The Aunt Who Came to Dinner (1987) ... (first assistant director - as Scott Easton)
- Forty (1987) ... (first assistant director - as Scott Easton)
- Solo Flight (1987) ... (first assistant director - as Scott Easton)
- On the Fly (1987) ... (first assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1986 Slow Burn (TV Movie) (first assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1986 The Deliberate Stranger (TV Movie) (first assistant director - as David Scott Easton)
 1986 Peter the Great (TV Mini-Series) (first assistant director)
 1985 The Atlanta Child Murders (TV Mini-Series) (first assistant director)
 1985 Robert Kennedy and His Times (TV Mini-Series) (first assistant director)
 1984 Blame It on Rio (first assistant director)
 1984 Surf II (first assistant director)
 1982 Callahan (TV Movie) (first assistant director)
 1982 Johnny Belinda (TV Movie) (first assistant director)
 1982 Diner (first assistant director)
 1981 Looker (first assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1981 Splendor in the Grass (TV Movie) (first assistant director)
 1981 Going Ape! (second assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1980 A Change of Seasons (second assistant director)
 1980 Raise the Titanic (second assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1980 Brubaker (second assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1979 Chilly Scenes of Winter (second assistant director)
 1979 Meteor (second assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1979 The Onion Field (second assistant director)
 1979 Nightwing (second assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1979 Players (second assistant director - as Scott Easton)
 1978 Comes a Horseman (dga trainee - as Scott Easton)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

David Scott Easton | Scott Easton

Height:

5' 11½" (1.82 m)
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Personal Quote:

It's not the time it takes to take the TAKE that takes the time. It's the time between the takes that takes the time to take the TAKE!

Trivia:

3rd time winner on "The Dating Game" - 1967. See more »

Nickname:

BooBoo

Star Sign:

Leo

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