Wayne Grigsby is a Canadian screenwriter and producer, mainly for television.
He started in journalism, primarily arts and entertainment, but had always intended to write fiction. He was able to get a script produced by Brian McKenna and Bernie Zukerman, which led to his becoming a screenwriter. Later he formed Big Motion Pictures Inc. with David MacLeod. He also tried American TV with a failed pilot starring Kelly McGillis.
- North of 60 (1992; TV series)
- Dark Eyes (1995; TV series)
- Black Harbour (1996, TV series)
- A Guy and a Girl (2002; TV series)
- Snakes & Ladders (2004; TV series)
- Sex Traffic (2004; two-part miniseries)
- October 1970 (2006; eight-part miniseries)
- And Then You Die (1987)
- Task Force: Caviar (2000)
- Trudeau (2002)
- Trudeau II: Maverick in the Making (2005)
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