CAYMAN GRANT - BIO
Prior to moving to Los Angeles to pursue her career as a writer and director, the Canadian born, Emmy® award- winner, Cayman Grant, worked in politics, the music industry and then helped build three successful start-up medical companies. Since then, she has written and directed several projects with one of them earning her an Emmy® for her film, Playing for The Mob; as a part of ESPN’s highly acclaimed 30 for 30 Series.
A life-long storyteller, Cayman’s projects have aired across the globe and screened in over 100 film festivals worldwide--earning her dozens of accolades and awards; including the prestigious NBCUniversal Oxygen’s Director Award that was presented by Academy® Award Winner, Geena Davis.
She is currently the host of the acclaimed podcast White Speak that seeks to help the non-Black community understand what's really going on with the #BlackLivesMatter movement – inspiring anti-racism by answering the burning questions about why it's happening and what has led us to where we are today.
She is represented by CAA.
WHITE SPEAK PODCAST: https://www.whitespeakpodcast.com/podcast-1