By Thomas Willett
This Friday marks the release of Ted, the directorial debut from Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane. With everyone waiting to see if it is as schizophrenic and unorganized as the latter day version of his shows, I have decided to look at it another way. With recent examples like Lena Dunham and the Coen Brothers, a majority of performers are hopping onto the TV set after making their mark on the silver screen. This got me thinking about the inverse situation. Who started their careers by creating shows that eventually lead to a career in film?