Sean Moran, Executive Producer   Don Bledsoe, Executive Producer
Sëan has made a career of acting, directing and writing in Los Angeles since his arrival in 1977 to shoot GREASE with John Travolta and Olivia Newton John. He tucked away his BFA in Theatrical Arts and Masters in Educational Theatre, and immediately found work in television, film and the stage.

He has appeared in or directed more than 150 theatrical productions. His stage credits include tours of GREASE, GUYS AND DOLLS, 1776, NUNSENSE and his own work, NUNSINGULAR SENSATION-SISTERS OF BROADWAY AND BEYOND.

Sëan’s directing credits number in the hundreds and include the Santa Barbara CLO productions of EVITA, WEST SIDE STORY and OLIVER!, Oxnard CLO’s SOUND OF MUSIC and JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR and the HABITAT FOR HUMANITY TOUR. Broadway Bound has seen Sean’s SOUND OF MUSIC, OLIVER! and GREASE.

His television credits include everything from WEST WING, ER, CROSSING JORDAN, GREY’S ANATOMY, JUDGING AMY, NYPD BLUE, SABRINA, 3RD ROCK FROM THE SUN, DIRT and currently a recurring role on PRIVATE PRACTICE.

His extensive film credits include FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS, THE DEVIL’S REJECTS, TREMORS, CORINNA, CORINNA, SGT. PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND and he currently co-stars in the recent release of the horror classic STEPFATHER.

  Always interested in show business, Don got his first break while still in high school, producing a short for NBC.

He worked in the Story Department at Paramount Pictures learning about writing and filmmaking. He co-wrote, co-produced and co-directed “This Is Your Life, Miss Liberty,” a theatrical pageant with a cast of 300 and a football stadium for a theatre.

As an actor, he appeared in 43 TV shows, 7 movies and 5 commercials. He began writing in 1995, beginning with the screenplay for a series titled BELMONT BEACH. During this time he met Sëan, who has been his writing partner ever since.

Don’s work with Sëan includes screenplay and teleplay adaptations of Sëan’s stageplays, publishing the plays (available on Amazon.com) plus five original screenplays.