Kenyon Grey

Kenyon Grey

Screenwriter

Glendale, California

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About Kenyon

Kenyon Grey is a film director, producer, composer and an award winning screenwriter. He's also a former national recording artist and was a professional firefighter from 1991-1999. Kenyon retired off the FD when he signed screenwriter contracts with Premier Management in LA in 1999 and signed a recording contract with RCM Records later that year. "Heaven in Your Eyes", a song he wrote with friend Thurane Aung Khin, charted at #83 nationally. In 2002, Kenyon optioned two scripts to CEI Entertainment. Also, 1002 Productions in Nashville signed Kenyon to a solo music deal and brought in Grammy winner writer/producer Tony Marty with Curb Records. New Music Weekly, Billboard, FM Quarterback, Radio & Records, and Gavin, gave the project a 4 out of 4 star rating. In 2003, he placed six songs in the film The Sum of One. It led to Kenyon scoring music and writing additional storylines for the film Vampire Slayers, distributed by SPG Entertainment. He was also an executive producer on the film The Legend of Crown King, also with SPG. In 2005, Kenyon wrote, directed and scored his first feature film entitled The Whistler, voted one of IFC's most watched web videos. Boll AG picked it up and placed it with Netflix and Hollywood Video. After, Kenyon focused more on screenwriting, scripting Isom Dart, Savage Dawn, and co-writing Taming the Beast with longtime friend Thurane Aung Khin. Isom Dart reached the Quarterfinals of the 2012 BlueCat Screenplay Competition and Jeff Ritchie with IFLM in LA signed on to produce the picture. Joining the team is Philip Lawton, Ty Pruitt, and Stanley Clarke. Production is slated for 2016. Savage Dawn was selected as an Official Finalist in the 2014 Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest and Taming the Beast just reached the Quarterfinals of the 2016 BlueCat Screenplay Competition and is receiving some very high praise. Also, Kenyon is producing a slate of 6 low budget …

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