Geoffrey O'Driscoll Gray-Lee

“[Q]uite impressive… excellent filmmaking skills… accurate… real…” —Cory Robinson, Simon & Schuster Communications, 1985, student film and educational short THE SUBJECT OF A MOMENT.

"[E]xceptionally well acted and carefully filmed, makes a strong impact without being preachy. This outstanding drama is an excellent purchase choice..." —Anitra Gordon, School Library Journal, 1985, student film and educational short THE SUBJECT OF A MOMENT.

“[V]ery interesting and well-structured… I will be happy to submit it to the feature department… please keep us in mind in the future.” —Jeff Wachtel, Senior Vice President Development, Orion Television, 1989, horror feature spec.


Motion picture writer-director Geoffrey O'Driscoll Gray-Lee founded WORLD CLASS Educational Entertainment or WCEE.net in 1998.

Prior to 2007 production for WCEE.net under the banner of Abject Street Media, Gray-Lee contributed to the album liner notes for THE BEST OF HOLLYWOOD by the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra; John Mauceri, conductor; for Philips-Eloquence-Universal Music Australia. He also completed the pilot script for a franchise of theatrical feature comedies, developed and wrote the pilot for an Australian television sitcom series, and wrote spec screenplays for a major feature musical drama and a horror feature that he has also developed into a sci-fi-fantasy comedy franchise.

Gray-Lee was a writer-producer's assistant on the CBS Television-New World Entertainment-Zev Braun Productions series TOUR OF DUTY from 1988 to 1989. Before that he worked as assistant production coordinator on features UNDER THE BOARDWALK for New World Entertainment in 1987 and the Dick Wolf produced NO MAN'S LAND for Orion-Imagine Entertainment in 1986. He started working in Hollywood as a casting assistant and production assistant on director Mike Newell's AMAZING GRACE AND CHUCK for Tri-Star Pictures-Rastar in 1986.

In 1985, before moving to Los Angeles, Gray-Lee obtained a B.A. in Motion Picture and Television Direction from Brigham Young University. His educational short THE SUBJECT OF A MOMENT was the university's first student film to be picked up for commercial distribution and garner both critical acclaim and a substantial financial return.

Gray-Lee is based in Palm Springs, California. He seeks literary representation that truly appreciates diversity and high-minded comedy, is knowledgeable and respected in the film business (Googleable), has vast insight into guiding careers, and enjoys transitioning writers and short film directors to the studio feature level.

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