George Seaton Overview:

Director, George Seaton, was born George Stenius on Apr 17, 1911 in South Bend, IN. Seaton died at the age of 68 on Jul 28, 1979 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles .



George Seaton was nominated for five Academy Awards, winning two for Best Writing for Miracle on 34th Street and The Country Girl in 1947 and 1954 respectively. He also won one Honorary Award in 1961 George Seaton .

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1943Best WritingThe Song of Bernadette (1943)N/ANominated
1947Best WritingMiracle on 34th Street (1947)N/AWon
1954Best DirectorThe Country Girl (1954)N/ANominated
1954Best WritingThe Country Girl (1954)N/AWon
1970Best WritingAirport (1970)N/ANominated

Academy Awards (Honorary Oscars)



He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Airport (1970, )

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His wife, Phyllis Loughton Seaton, was the first female mayor of Beverly Hills.

Directed 6 different actors in Oscar-nominated performances: Edmund Gwenn, Grace Kelly, Bing Crosby, Gig Young, Helen Hayes, and Maureen Stapleton. Gwenn, Kelly, and Hayes won Oscars for their performances in one of Seaton's movies.

In 1933, he was the original radio Lone Ranger (using the name George Stenius) and then left the role after two-and-a-half months to pursue a career as a writer in New York.

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