Todd Kessler (disambiguation)

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Todd Kessler is an American film and television writer, producer and director.

Todd Kessler is an American film and television writer, producer and director. Among his credits are showrunner and co-creator of Nickelodeon's preschool series Blue's Clues and director and producer of the feature film Keith.

Todd Kessler may also refer to:

Todd A. Kessler is an American screenwriter, playwright, television producer and director.

Todd Ellis Kessler is an American television producer and writer. He has worked in both capacities on varied series including The Practice, Crossing Jordan, Kevin Hill, The Unit and The Good Wife. He has been nominated for daytime and primetime Emmy Awards and a Writers Guild of America Award.

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The third season of the American reality talent show The Voice premiered on September 10, 2012 on NBC. NBC officially announced The Voice's renewal on May 13, 2012, during its 2012–13 upfront presentation, with the show returning as a fall series.

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<i>Blues Clues</i> American childrens television show

Blue's Clues is an American live-action/animated educational children's television series that premiered on Nickelodeon on Sunday, September 8, 1996. Producers/creators Angela Santomero, Todd Kessler, and Traci Paige Johnson combined concepts from child development and early-childhood education with innovative animation and production techniques that helped their viewers learn. The show was originally hosted by Steve Burns, who left in 2002 and was replaced by Donovan Patton until 2006. The show follows an animated blue-spotted dog named Blue as she leaves a trail of clues/paw prints for the host and the viewers, in order to figure out her plans for the day. Blue's Clues became the highest-rated show for preschoolers on American commercial television and was critical to Nickelodeon's growth. It has been called "one of the most successful, critically acclaimed, and ground-breaking preschool television series of all time." A spin-off called Blue's Room premiered in 2004.

Scott Weinger American actor

Scott Weinger is an American actor, voice actor, writer and producer, best known as the voice of the title character in Disney's Aladdin. Weinger reprised the role in the two direct-to-video sequels, the television series of the same name, and the Kingdom Hearts and Disney Infinity video game series. He is also known for playing Steve Hale on the ABC sitcom Full House and its Netflix sequel Fuller House. He is also a writer and producer for television, including for ABC's Galavant and Black-ish. He was a co-executive producer of ABC's The Muppets.

Daniel Minahan is an American television and film director and writer.

Vernon Chatman American actor, stand-up comedian and musician

Vernon Chatman is an American television producer, writer, voice actor, stand-up comedian, musician and a member of PFFR, an art collective based in Brooklyn, New York City. He is known for co-creating Wonder Showzen, the animated series Xavier: Renegade Angel and producing and voicing characters in South Park.

Daniel Luke Zelman is an American actor, screenwriter, television producer, and director.

Lyle Kessler is an American playwright, screenwriter and actor, best known internationally for Orphans, the play he wrote in 1983.

Josh Appelbaum TV writer/producer

Josh Appelbaum is an American television writer, screenwriter, showrunner and producer.

Glenn Kessler is an American screenwriter, television producer, actor, and director.

Todd Thicke Canadian screenwriter

Todd Thicke is an Emmy and Gemini Award-nominated television writer and producer most known for his work as the executive producer and head writer of America’s Funniest Home Videos since the show’s premiere in 1989. In 2009, Thicke's original pilot script for AFV was added to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History collection. It is now permanently displayed in Washington.

Glenn Kessler is the name of:

Ellen Parsons

Ellen Parsons is a fictional character on the American legal thriller series Damages. The character was created by the writer trio of Glenn Kessler, Todd A. Kessler, and Daniel Zelman.

Get Me a Lawyer 1st episode of the first season of Damages

"Get Me a Lawyer" is the pilot episode of the legal drama series Damages, which first aired on July 24, 2007 on FX in the United States. It was written by series creators/executive producers Todd A. Kessler, Glenn Kessler, and Daniel Zelman, and was directed by producer Allen Coulter. In the episode, recent law school graduate Ellen Parsons is recruited to Hewes and Associates, a law firm headed by Patty Hewes, where she is assigned to the "Frobisher case". Billionaire Arthur Frobisher is being sued by his former employees, whom he advised to invest in his company while unloading his own stock, and while Frobisher's attorney Ray Fiske pleads for a settlement price, Patty insists on taking the case to court.

Todd is a given name. The name originated from Middle English where it means "fox".

Todd J. Greenwald is an American television producer and writer. He is the creator and executive producer of the Emmy Award-winning Wizards of Waverly Place. Greenwald has also served as a producer and writer for Hannah Montana, California Dreams and City Guys

Angela C. Santomero is an American television executive producer and co-creator of the long-running Nickelodeon children's television program Blue's Clues, as well as the PBS children's shows Super Why, Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Peep and the Big Wide World and The WotWots and the Amazon Studios series Creative Galaxy.

Traci Paige Johnson is an American animator, television producer, and voice actress, most known for creating the Nick Jr. preschool television series, Blue's Clues (1996–2004) and its spin-off, Blue's Room (2004–2007).