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Eamon O'Sullivan is an American film assistant director who is well known for his scripts in television shows and movies such as Disconnect and Perfect creature.
Eamon O'Sullivan was born in the United States of America. There is no exact date of his birth. Born to his American parents, he is of White ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
A famous assistant director is a married man. In 2008, Eamon O'Sullivan exchanged his wedding vows with Bridget Regan. The couple first met in New Zealand on the shoot for the film Legend of the Seeker.
The pair soon fell in love. Eamon's wife is a professional American actress. She is widely known for her appearance in various movies such as Legend of Seeker, Beauty and the Beast, White Collar and Agent Carter.
Eamon and Bridget share two children from their marriage. The younger one is a son Bernard Moon Sullivan (born on 28th February 2018), and the elder one is a daughter named Frankie Jean (born in 2010 December).
Eamon O'Sullivan makes decent money from his career as an assistant director. To date, Eamon has worked in various movies and television series, which added up the decent sum to his current fortune.
As per some sources, the average salary of a film assistant director ranges from $101,000 to $150,000. Thus, we can assume the yearly wage of Eamon O'Sullivan.
One of his famous movie Disconnect made $3,428,048 worldwide. The acclaimed assistant director's total net worth is estimated to be $14 million as of 2019, which is more than another director Jacob Bernstein's fortune. Whereas, his wife Bridget's has total assets of $2 million.
O'Sullivan kicked off his career as a director in the television series named Power Rangers DinoThunder, which ran for 18 episodes.
The following year, Eamon worked as a assistant director in the television series named Casualty @ Holby City, which aired for five episodes.
O'Sullivan made his breakthrough career in 2006 when he served as an assistant director in the movie The Lavender List. The following year, he worked as an associate director in the television series titled Amazing Extraordinary Friends.
One of his most famous works includes the television series named Legend of the Seeker, where he worked as the assistant director. The series ran for nine episodes from 2008 to 2009.
Eamon O'Sullivan's recent work includes a television documentary titled Cancerman: The Milan Brych Affair, a thriller drama Disconnect, and a television series named Ice.
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