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Edward Gray is a three-time Emmy Award winner, a two-time winner of the Writers Guild of America Award, and a winner of the Edward R. Murrow Award. His films have covered science, history and current affairs.

In January 2018, his three-part series Silicon Valley: The Untold Story premieres on the Science Channel. Ed has produced, written or directed more than two dozen documentaries for national TV broadcast.

For PBS his films include:
In Defense of Food, based on the book by best-selling author Michael Pollan.
Alaska, The World and Wally Hickel, the story of an American political maverick.
The Botany of Desire, based on Michael Pollan’s book.
Security vs. Liberty, a look at post-9/11 counterterrorism policies.
Through Many Lives: The Aging Brain, for the series The Secret Life of the Brain.
The Orphan Trains, an episode of the American Experience series.
The World That Moses Built, a biography of “master builder” Robert Moses.

Ed’s films for ABC News include:
Peter Jennings Reporting: The Kennedy Assassination–Beyond Conspiracy.
Nothing To Fear, about FDR, for the series The Century.
Dangerous World: The Kennedy Years.

Ed spent three years as a staff producer and writer in the TV production unit of The New York Times, where he made documentaries for Showtime, National Geographic and the Discovery Channel, including Searching for the Roots of 9/11 with columnist Thomas Friedman.

Ed lives in New York City.