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Daniel "Dan" Attias is an American television director and producer who worked as a director for AMC's The Walking Dead.


Dan's career has spanned over thirty years, and during this time, he has directed a significant number of popular primetime television shows, such as Miami Vice, Beverly Hills, 90210, The Sopranos, The Wire, Six Feet Under, Entourage, and Deadwood. He has received two Emmy Award nominations for his directing of Entourage.

He was a regular director for Alias, and has directed two episodes of Lost. In 2001, his son David Attias killed four people that were in his vehicle in the Isla Vista Massacre. A civil case was brought against Dan and his wife, Diane, for recklessly permitting David to drive their 1991 Saab 9000.

Episodes Directed

Season 3

Crew (TV Series)
Showrunners Frank DarabontGlen MazzaraScott GimpleAngela Kang
Directors Bill GierhartClark JohnsonDaniel AttiasDaniel SackheimDavid BoydErnest R. DickersonFrank DarabontGreg NicoteroGuy FerlandGwyneth Horder-PaytonJeffrey F. JanuaryJennifer LynchJeremy PodeswaJohan Renck Julius RamsayLarysa KondrackiLesli Linka GlatterMichael Edison SatrazemisMichael UppendahlMichelle MacLarenPhil AbrahamSeith MannStefan SchwartzTricia BrockMichael SlovisStephen WilliamsAvi Youabian
Writers Adam FierroAngela KangChanning PowellCharles H. EgleeCharlie AdlardCorey ReedCurtis GwinnDavid JohnsonEvan T. ReillyFrank DarabontFrank RenzulliGlen MazzaraHeather BellsonJack LoGiudiceMatthew NegreteNichole BeattieRobert KirkmanRyan C. ColemanSang Kyu KimScott M. GimpleSeth HoffmanTony Moore
Producers Adam FierroAngela KangCaleb WombleChanning PowellCharles H. EgleeCorey ReedCurtis GwinnDavid AlpertDenise M. HuthEvan T. ReillyFrank DarabontGale Anne HurdGlen MazzaraGreg NicoteroHeather BellsonJack LoGiudiceJolly DaleKenneth RequaMatthew NegreteNichole BeattiePaul GaddRobert KirkmanSang Kyu KimScott GimpleSeth HoffmanSkip SchoolnikTom Luse