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Jeff Eastin
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Name Jeff Eastin
Birthplace Greely, Colorado
Birth Date 7 March 1967
Plays Series Creator


Jeff Eastin is a writer, producer, and creator and executive-producer of Graceland.

Biography[1]Edit

Jeff Eastin is creator and executive producer of USA Network’s gritty, new one-hour drama series “Graceland,” which premieres in Summer 2013. Starring Daniel Sunjata, Aaron Tveit, Brandon Jay McLaren, Vanessa Ferlito and Manny Montana, the series is based on a true story about agents from three different federal agencies living and working together in a seized beachfront mansion.

Eastin also serves as creator and executive producer of USA’s hit series “White Collar,” currently in its fourth season. “White Collar” has been renewed for a fifth season, which begins production in 2013.

Eastin graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in journalism and landed a position as director of photography on two Roger Corman films that shot near Boulder, Colo. Shortly thereafter, he loaded his belongings into a Volkswagen camper bus and headed for Hollywood.

On the way to L.A., he began writing a screenplay called "Shadow Dancer," a thriller that soon attracted the attention of producer Zalman King ("Wild Orchid," "Red Shoe Diaries"). King optioned it immediately. Eastin then sold a script about a small-town hostage situation, titled “Held Up,” to Trimark Entertainment. It was produced by Neal Moritz and starred Jamie Foxx. Eastin was also chosen by director James Cameron to pen the “True Lies” sequel.

Eastin also created and executive-produced the series “Hawaii” for NBC.

CareerEdit

WriterEdit

  • Graceland (TV series)
  • White Collar (TV series)
  • Hawaii (TV series)
  • Meet the Marks (TV series)
  • Held Up (screenplay)
  • Shasta McNasty (TV series)
  • The Silver Surfer

ProducerEdit

  • Graceland (TV series)
  • White Collar (TV series)
  • Hawaii (TV series)
  • Meet the Marks (TV series)
  • Shotgun Love Dolls (TV)
  • Held Up (screenplay)
  • Shasta McNasty (TV series)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. NBC Universal Media Village


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