Trudy Grant

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Trudy Grant
Trudy Grant Sullivan.jpg
Residence Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Education Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education, University of Western Ontario [1]
Occupation Executive Producer and President of Sullivan Entertainment International Inc[2]
Years active 1981–present [3]
Spouse(s) Kevin Sullivan

Trudy Grant, President of Sullivan Entertainment International and COO of the Sullivan Entertainment Group, has been part of the establishment of the Canadian entertainment industry for nearly thirty years. Grant, who is married to Kevin Sullivan has won numerous awards for her work in television and film.[4]

Grant has been instrumental in making Sullivan Entertainment International a major exporter of Canadian and international media content around the world, with an inventory of movies and programming from all genres, including miniseries, feature films, family and children’s drama and documentaries.[5][6]

Filmography[edit]

Executive Producer

List of Awards[edit]

  • George Foster Peabody Award
  • 3 Emmy Awards
  • 6 Emmy Award Nominations
  • 5 Gemini Awards
  • 8 Gemini Award Nominations
  • 3 CableACE Awards
  • 2 CableAce Nominations
  • Prix Jeunesse
  • TV Guide Parent’s Choice Award
  • American TV Critics Award
  • 3 Golden Apple Awards from the National Educational Media Competition
  • 1 Ollie Award
  • European Jury Prize at the Umbriafiction TV Festival
  • Gold World Medal – New York Film Festival
  • Golden Gate Award
  • Gold Medal – New York International Film and Television Festival
  • ACT Award
  • Best Children’s Production – Television Movie Awards

References[edit]

  1. ^ Knelman, Martin (March 1996). The Financial Post Magazine. 
  2. ^ Knelman, Martin (March 1996). The Financial Post Magazine. 
  3. ^ Knelman, Martin (March 1996). The Financial Post Magazine. 
  4. ^ http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0335686/awards
  5. ^ Atherton, Tony (April 3, 1999). The Ottawa Citizen. 
  6. ^ Knelman, Martin (March 1996). The Financial Post Magazine. 

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