22 February 2013 2:13 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Seth MacFarlane has always been a TV guy. Even before he became one of the biggest names in entertainment with shows like Family Guy, American Dad! and The Cleveland Show, he was part of the team over at Cartoon Network, writing for shows like Dexter.s Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, and even Cow and Chicken for a couple of episodes. But then 2012 came and completely reshaped his entire career. Ted, MacFarlane.s directorial debut about an overgrown manchild and his anthropomorphic teddy bear, was nothing short of a blockbuster sensation when it was released last June, making its $50 million budget back in its first weekend and going on to earn over $535 million at the global box office. The success has turned the writer/director into one of the hottest commodities in the film world, with multiple projects now in the works and a gig hosting the 85th Academy Awards this Sunday. »

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