|Men's field hockey|
|1928 Amsterdam||Team competition|
|Died||April 7, 2000 (aged 94)|
|Nationality||Indian then American|
Frederick Stephen Seaman (January 2, 1906 – September 21, 2000) was an Indian field hockey player who won a gold medal as part of the Indian team in the 1928 Summer Olympics. Born to Thomas Henry Seaman, a police inspector, and his wife Martha Ann (O'Connor) Seaman, he later became a customs officer in British India. Frederick Seaman and his family left India after its independence in 1947, settling in Pennsylvania. He died at Hershey, Pennsylvania in 2004, age 94.