Director John Gray
made his motion-picture debut in 1987 with Billy Galvin
, which he both wrote and directed. The film starred Karl Malden
as an ironworker and was based on Gray's father and brother. He most recently directed the family film Born to be Wild
On television, Gray began his association with the prestigious Hallmark Hall of Fame with An American Story, which he wrote and directed. Also for Hallmark Hall of Fame, he directed A Place For Annie, starring Sissy Spacek, Joan Plowright and Mary-Louise Parker, which was nominated for an Emmy for Best Made for Television Movie. He won a Christopher Award and the Humanitas Award for the project. His television credits include writing and directing the acclaimed made-for-television films When He's Not A Stranger and The Lost Capone.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.
John Gray Facts
|Trust Me Knot|
|The Glimmer Man|
|White Irish Drinkers|
|Born to Be Wild|
|Ghost Whisperer: Season 1|
|The Day Lincoln Was Shot|