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. Most recently, she directed an episode of the hit network ABC show, The Good Doctor starring Freddie Highmore.
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 Andy Elkin at CAA.
WHITE SPEAK PODCAST: https://www.whitespeakpodcast.com/podcast-1