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Tom Luse is a production manager and producer in AMC's The Walking Dead. He was one of the executive producers for the original TV Series from Season 4 to Season 9. Since Season 10, he was replaced by Joe Incaprera. His appearance was used as the base for the painting of President William Milton.[1]

Biography

Tom Luse has been producing and production managing for three decades. He has worked throughout the U.S. and overseas, and has been fortunate enough to have been a part of many projects in his home state of Georgia. Beginning with the Academy® Award-winning film Glory, he went on to production manage movies such as Drumline and Remember the Titans. He has also produced features such as Jeepers Creepers 1 and 2, The Joneses, Hachiko and The Collection.

He has worked on many made-for-television movies including the Emmy®-nominated What the Deaf Man Heard and the DGA Award-winning Paris Trout. He was awarded an AFI Director Internship for the award-winning documentary Who’s Killing the Cities, which he wrote, produced, and directed.

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Crew (TV Series)
Showrunners Angela Kang (9-11) • Frank Darabont (1) • Glen Mazzara (2-3) • Scott Gimple (4-8)
Directors Aisha Tyler (11) • Alrick Riley (6-7) • Avi Youabian (6) • Billy Gierhart (2-3, 5-6) • Bronwen Hughes (10) • Catriona McKenzie (11) • Clark Johnson (2) • Daisy Mayer (9-10) • Dan Attias (3) • Dan Liu (8-10) • Daniel Sackheim (3-4) • Darnell Martin (7) • David Boyd (2-10) • Ernest Dickerson (1-5) • Frank Darabont (1) • Frederick E.O. Toye (11) • Gregory Nicotero (2-11) • Guy Ferland (1-4) • Gwyneth Horder-Payton (1-2) • Jeffrey January (5-8) • Jennifer Lynch (5-6) • Jeremy Podeswa (4) • Johan Renck (1) • John Dahl (10) • John Polson (8) • Jon Amiel (11) • Julius Ramsay (4-5) • Kari Skogland (6-7) • Kevin Dowling (11) • Larry Teng (8-9) • Larysa Kondracki (5) • Laura Belsey (9-10) • Lesli Linka Glatter (3) • Liesl Tommy (9) • Lily Mariye (11) • Loren Yaconelli (11) • Marcus Stokes (11) • Meera Menon (9) • Michael Cudlitz (9-11) • Michael Satrazemis (4-10) • Michael Slovis (6-8) • Michael Uppendahl (4) • Michelle MacLaren (1-2, 4) • Millicent Shelton (9) • Phil Abraham (2) • Rosemary Rodriguez (7-9) • Seith Mann (3-5) • Sharat Raju (10-11) • Stefan Schwartz (3) • Stephen Williams (6) • Tawnia McKiernan (11) • Tricia Brock (3-4)
Writers Adam Fierro (1) • Angela Kang (2-11) • Channing Powell (4-10) • Charles H. Eglee (1) • Corey Reed (5-11) • Curtis Gwinn (4) • David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick (2, 7-11) • Eddie Guzelian (8-9) • Eli Jorné (10) • Erik Mountain (10-11) • Evan T. Reilly (2-3) • Frank Darabont (1-2) • Frank Renzulli (3) • Geraldine Inoa (9-10) • Glen Mazzara (1-3) • Heather Bellson (5-6, 10) • Jack LoGiudice (1) • Jim Barnes (10-11) • Julia Ruchman (10-11) • Kevin Deiboldt (10-11) • LaToya Morgan (9, 11) • Magali Lozano (11) • Matt Negrete (4-9) • Nichole Beattie (3-4) • Nicole Mirante-Matthews (10-11) • Robert Kirkman (1-5) • Ryan C. Coleman (3) • Sang Kyu Kim (3) • Scott Gimple (2-9) • Seth Hoffman (4-6) • Vivian Tse (9-11)
Producers Adam Fierro (1) • Angela Kang (3-11) • Caleb Womble (4-9) • Channing Powell (4-10) • Charles H. Eglee (1) • Corey Reed (5-11) • Curtis Gwinn (4) • David Alpert (1-11) • Denise Huth (1-11) • Eli Jorné (10) • Evan T. Reilly (2-3) • Frank Darabont (1) • Gale Anne Hurd (1-11) • Geraldine Inoa (9-10) • Glen Mazzara (1-3) • Gregory Nicotero (1-11) • Heather Bellson (5-6) • Jack LoGiudice (1) • Jim Barnes (10-11) • Joe Incaprera (10-11) • Jolly Dale (3-6) • Julia Ruchman (10-11) • Kenneth Requa (3-5) • Kevin Deiboldt (10-11) • Matt Negrete (4-9) • Nichole Beattie (3-4) • Nicole Mirante-Matthews (10-11) • Paul Gadd (2-6) • Robert Kirkman (1-11) • Sang Kyu Kim (3) • Scott Gimple (2-11) • Seth Hoffman (4-6) • Skip Schoolnik (1) • Tom Luse (2-9)
Composers Bear McCreary (1-11) • Sam Ewing (10-11)
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