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List of television characters who work as a Editor in Chief on their TV show, listed alphabetically with photos of the characters when available. Throughout the history of television there have been many fictional characters who are Editor in Chiefs. Does your favorite show have someone who works as a Editor in Chief?" The answer is most likely yes, as they seem to be very common in sitcoms, cartoons and dramas.

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This list answers the question, "Who are fictional Editor in Chiefs on TV?"
Alexis Meade is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list TV Characters Working as Editor in Chief(s)
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Alexis Meade


Alexis Meade is a fictional character from the ABC dramedy series Ugly Betty, initially portrayed by Elizabeth Penn Payne for the first twelve episodes of her appearance. Alexis was portrayed by Rebecca Romijn for the remainder of the series. ...more

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Daniel Meade is a fictional character in the American dramedy series Ugly Betty, portrayed by Eric Mabius. ...more

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Lucy Spiller is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list TV Characters Working as Editor in Chief(s)
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Nate Archibald is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list TV Characters Working as Editor in Chief(s)
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Nathaniel Fitzwilliam "Nate" Archibald is a character in the best selling Gossip Girl book series. He is portrayed by Chace Crawford in the television series of the same name. In the novels, he is considered the primary male character, always being fought over by the two most prominent females, ...more

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