|Includes a list of production crew members that have worked in the horror genre.|
Tamara Smith Edit
Terrance Reicher Edit
Terrance Reicher is a film cinematographer. He was the director of photography on Alien Presence, Stem Cell and Nightfall.
Theodore Shapiro Edit
Theodore Shapiro was the composer on Jennifer's Body.
Tim Sullivan Edit
Timothy O'Rawe Edit
Timothy O'Rawe is a film director, screenwriter and producer. He was born in Paterson, New Jersey in 1962. Tim's first credited film work was directing, writing and producing in the 1989 horror film, The Basement. In 1990, he directed, produced and wrote the script for the horror comedy, Ghoul School.
Tom Clegg Edit
Tom McCue Edit
Tom McCue was a television sound engineer. He worked on the Gothic daytime soap opera TV series Dark Shadows. He worked on the series from 1966 to 1968 and was credited in 111 episodes. He was credited in nine episodes as Audio and the remaining episodes as Sound.
Tommie Turvey Edit
Tommie Mack Turvey is a television stunt performer and horse trainer. He has worked on the AMC survival horror series The Walking Dead. Tommie appeared in the pilot episode of the series, "Days Gone Bye", where he had an on-screen role as one of three criminals involved in a shoot-out with police officers. As a Linden County gunman, Tommie was the first of three to fall beneath of a hail of bullets. Tommy was also the trainer for "Buttons", the horse that appears in the season five episode, "Forget". He was credited as Tommy Turvey in the episode's closing credits. Unfortunately, it does not appear as if Tommie trained Buttons on how to avoid being devoured by a horde of flesh-eating zombies.
Tina Foster Edit
Tina Foster is a film associate producer. She worked on the 2009 horror film Book of Blood, which was a screen adaptation of two framing stories by author Clive Barker, which appear in volumes 1 and 5 of his Books of Blood series.
Tony de Zarraga Edit
Tricia Brock Edit
Tricia Brock is a television director. She has directed episodes of The Walking Dead.