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Edward Samuel Gray Edit Profile

writer , television producer

Edward Samuel Gray, American television producer, writer. Member Writer's Guild American East.

Background

Gray, Edward Samuel was born on November 7, 1949 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of William and Lucille P. (Radlo) Gray.

Education

Bachelor, Columbia College, 1971. Master of Fine Arts, New York University, 1974.

Career

Producer, writer, Obenhaus Films, Inc., New York City, 1983-1989;producer, MacNeil-Lehrer Prodns., New York City, 1990;producer, director, writer, Edward Gray Films, Inc., New York City, since 1991.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Producer, director, writer: (television documentary) Different Drummer: Elvin Jones (Public Broadcasting Service), 1980, Growing Up Poor (Frontline Public Broadcasting Service), 1986 (Emmy nominee, Robert F. Kennedy Journalism award), The Politics of Greed (Frontline Public Broadcasting Service), 1987 (Emmy nominee), The World that Moses Built (American Experience Public Broadcasting Service), 1989, Mr. Sears' Catalogue (American Experience Public Broadcasting Service), 1989 (Writers Guild award), C. Everett Koop, M.D.: Forever Young (NBC), 1990, The Kennedys and the Mob (American Justice A&E), 1993, The Orphan Trains (American Experience Public Broadcasting Service), 1995 (Emmy award writing, Emmy nominee directing).

Membership

Member Writer's Guild American East.

Connections

Married Patricia Gallagher, February 5, 1989.

father:
William Gray

mother:
Lucille P. (Radlo) Gray

spouse:
Patricia Gallagher