Tom Luse

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Tom Luse
OccupationFilm producer
Years active1982-present

Tom Luse is an American film producer best known for The Walking Dead, a TV series of which he was the producer and executive producer. [1]



1983 Murder in Coweta County Location Manager
1989 Glory Asst Unit Production Manager
1995 Blue River Producer
2000 Remember the Titans Unit Production Manager
2001 Jeepers Creepers Producer
2002 Drumline Unit Production Manager
2003 Jeepers Creepers 2 Producer
2003 Lost Junction Executive Producer
2003 One Tree Hill Production Manager
2007 Reinventing the Wheelers Producer
2010 The Joneses Executive Producer
2012 The Collection Executive Producer
2010–2019 The Walking Dead Producer, Executive Producer

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