Greg Palmer

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Greg Palmer (May 1947 – May 8, 2009) was an American writer and Emmy Award-winning television producer and reporter.[1] Greg Palmer was born in Seattle and raised on Mercer Island near Seattle, WA in May 1947 to attorney Harvard Palmer and his wife Gertrude, a homemaker.

Greg Palmer died on May 8, 2009 of lung cancer [2] and is survived by his wife of 40 years Cathryn Crosetto Palmer, two sons, Ira Palmer, 30, and Ned Palmer, 27, both of Seattle.

Greg Palmer worked at and freelanced for several Seattle broadcasters and newspapers, including KING-TV, KCTS-TV, Crosscut, Seattle Weekly and The Seattle Times.

Television and video productions[edit]

  • "Death: The Trip of a Lifetime"
  • "Vaudeville: An American Masters Special"
  • "The perilous fight: America's World War II" in color, written and produced by Greg Palmer [1]


  • "The Falcon" based on a Georgian fairy tale
  • "Puss in Boots"
  • "Betsey Green the Mushroom Queen"
  • "Snow White and Family Dwarf"



  1. ^ Christine Clarridge (May 10, 2009), "Funniest guy in the room" told whimsical TV stories, The Seattle Times Company, retrieved May 29, 2009 
  2. ^ Elizabeth Celms (May 12, 2009), Greg Palmer dies of cancer, Sound Publishing, retrieved May 29, 2009 

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