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Graydon Carter

Graydon CarterBorn: 14-Jul-1949
Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Journalist

Nationality: Canada
Executive summary: Editor of Vanity Fair

Co-founder of Spy magazine with Kurt Anderson in 1986-91, then editor of The New York Observer from 1991-92. Editor of Vanity Fair, replacing Tina Brown, since July 1992.

In 2003 Graydon received a $100,000 payment for having recommended novel A Beautiful Mind to producer Brian Grazer and director Ron Howard. While this payment was not illegal by any means, both the New York Times and Los Angeles Times saw fit to assign multiple reporters to chase the story based on a whiff of impropriety. Or they don't like Graydon.

Father: E. P. Carter (d. 1991)
Mother: Margaret Ellen Carter
Wife: Cynthia Williamson (m. 1982, three sons, one daughter)

    University: University of Ottawa (enrolled 1974)
    University: University of Carleton (transferred 1975)

    Time Writer (1978-83)
    Life Writer (1983-86)
    Spy Founder and Editor (1986-91)
    The New York Observer Editor (1991-92)
    Vanity Fair Editor in Chief (1992-)
    Emmy 2002 for Outstanding Nonfiction Special, 9/11
    Wedding: Donald Trump and Marla Maples (1993)
    Funeral: Nora Ephron (2012)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Arbitrage (21-Jan-2012)
    Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (14-May-2010) · Himself
    Dominick Dunne: After the Party (23-Oct-2008) · Himself
    Alfie (22-Oct-2004) · Wes
    The Paper (18-Mar-1994) · Himself

Appears in articles:
New York Magazine, 11-Dec-2000, DETAILS: Graydon Rides the Wave, BYLINE: Jennifer Senior


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