Seeman may refer to:

  • Sebastian Seeman, Indian Tamil film director
  • Bonnie Seeman (born 1969), American ceramist
  • Enoch Seeman (fl. 1694–1739), painter
  • Jerry Seeman, American football official
  • John Seeman, pornographic actor and director
  • Nadrian Seeman (born 1945), American chemist and nanoscientist
  • Philip Seeman (born 1934), Canadian schizophrenia researcher and neuropharmacologist
  • Roxanne Seeman (born 1954), American musician

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Roxanne Seeman - Musical Career and Personal Life - Film & Television
... Seeman's works have been incorporated in film, television, video and records ... Jackson Family Honors live ABC telecast from Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Hotel featured Seeman, Hughes and Jermaine Jackson's song "If You'd Only Believe" thematically, with a finale ... In 1994, Seeman and Hughes received a second Emmy nomination for Best Original Song for "Dreamlove" in the TV drama Another World ...
Seeman (director) - Controversies
... Seeman has met with numerous controversies, largely linked to his support of the organisation LTTE and its leader, Velupillai Prabhakaran ... In 2010, Chennai police registered a case against Seeman in connection with the attack on the house of actor Jayaram accusing him of instigating the attack on the actor, who allegedly made a comical derogatory remark ... investigating the case arrested four more later, including Seeman's brother James Peter ...
Postpartisan - The 10 Principles of Post-partisanship
... Health innovation researcher Neil Seeman was the first to apply these principles to health policy decision-making, specifically to public health (Seeman, 2008) ... Seeman is a member of a growing number of policy thinkers who advocate for the application of post-partisanship to policy-making ... Seeman writes frequently on health system innovation and the application of Web 2.0 and social network analysis in health care ("Health 2.0") ...
Walking On The Chinese Wall - Background
... Seeman and Hughes met and began writing songs together just after she returned from a three week journey through China ... Hughes composed on the new Oberheim OB8 synthesizer and DMX drum machine, Hughes asked Seeman to "write me something Chinese" ... Having walked on The Great Wall, on the Northern Gate outside of Beijing, Seeman came up with the lyrics "walking on the chinese wall" for the chorus ...
Chandika Seeman
... Pradeep Chandika Seeman (born November 10, 1977) was a Sri Lankan cricketer ... Seeman played six matches in the Saravanamuttu Trophy competition of 1996-97, in Kalutara Town Club's only season in first-class cricket ... Seeman retained a position in the upper order in the first half of the competition, after which he switched to playing in the middle of the order ...