Tom Gorai

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Tom Gorai (born December 1962) is an award-winning American film producer.


Gorai was born in Seattle, Washington.

A graduate of Vassar College with a degree in Philosophy and Film, Tom Gorai[1] is an eighteen-year veteran of the film and television industry.

He produced Arlington Road[2] (1999) starring Jeff Bridges, Tim Robbins) and Joan Cusack, Going All the Way[3] featuring Jeremy Davies and Ben Affleck, and most recently Outsourced[4] with Josh Hamilton, Larry Pine and Ayesha Dharker, self-distributed by ShadowCatcher Entertainment[5] and American Pastime[6] starring Jon Gries and Gary Cole,distributed by Warner Home Video.[7] He produced the "Bachelor Party Segment" for Cameron Crowe's Jerry Maguire.

Gorai has also worked with such musical artists as Pearl Jam, Nine Inch Nails, Alice in Chains, A Tribe Called Quest and Screaming Trees. In 1993, Pearl Jam's "Jeremy" video, produced by Gorai and directed by Mark Pellington, was awarded four MTV Video Music Awards, including Best Video of the Year.[8] He has also been nominated for an Emmy and a Grammy.

Gorai has produced documentaries such as Father's Daze, for PBS, Single Video Theory, about the band Pearl Jam, and American Mullet for Chris Blackwell’s Palm Pictures.

In early 2002, he joined Seattle based ShadowCatcher Entertainment.[9] He currently splits his time between New York, Los Angeles and Seattle.

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