Donald Eaton Biography:
Donald P.H. Eaton has been an active television production provider for over twenty-five years. He is a member of both the DIRECTORS GUILD OF AMERICA and the WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA.
Eaton has written television screenplays for a myriad of projects including the series HART TO HART where from 1981 through 1984 he also worked in a production capacity on this series for Columbia Pictures.
Donald’s IMDb Pro page lists over 100 titles.
Screen Credits include:
FEATURE FILMS: Gods and Generals, Matinee, Wisdom, About Last Night
MINI-SERIES: Scarlett, Sally Hemings: An American Scandal
MOW’s: Sweet Bird of Youth, The Heart of Darkness, The Member of the Wedding, The Boys next door plus nine Hallmark Hall of Fame Television Movies
TV Episodic: Moonlighting, Paper Dolls
In 2009 Donald wrote his first novel: THE LITTLE STREET which won a Commendation in the Novel category with the Yeovil Literary Prize – UK.
Recently, he completed a well-received four volume set of connected novels called THE SHERMAN QUARTET, a love story that takes place in the last four winter months of the American Civil War.
Eaton is a graduate of Marlboro College where in 1966 he received High Honors with a degree in Classics, Greek and Latin.
After living in Asia for five years, Donald returned to the States and entered Brooks Institute of Photography where he was consistently first in his class.
Donald was selected from over 3,000 applicants for one of eleven positions in the Directors Guild of America Training Program where, after his two years as an apprentice, he was admitted to the Guild as a full member and has worked in the industry ever since.
Mr. Eaton is a resident of Portland, Oregon.
IMDb link: https://pro-labs.imdb.com/find?q=donald+p.h.+eaton&ref_=hm_nv_search
First Novel: THE LITTLE STREET won Commendation - Yeovil Literary Prize – UK
Marlboro College (Marlboro, VT)
Brooks Institute (Santa Barbara, CA)