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Gerald Ayres

Gerald Ayres is a writer and producer, known for Foxes (1980), Rich and Famous (1981) and Crazy in Love (1992). See full bio »

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Known For

Foxes Writer
Rich and Famous
Crazy in Love
Crazy in Love Writer
Stormy Weathers


Jump to: Writer | Producer | Actor | Self
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 1992 Crazy in Love (TV Movie) (teleplay)
 1992 Stormy Weathers (TV Movie) (teleplay)
 1982 Faerie Tale Theatre (TV Series) (teleplay - 1 episode)
- Rumpelstiltskin (1982) ... (teleplay)
 1980 Foxes (written by)
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 1980 Foxes (producer)
 1973 The Last Detail (producer)
 1972 Cisco Pike (producer)
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 1981 Documenteur
Récitante (voice, as Gérard Ayres)
 1973 The Last Detail
Skater at Ice Rink (uncredited)
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 2010 P.O.V. (TV Series documentary)
- The Beaches of Agnes (2010) ... Himself (as Gérard Ayres)
 2008 Les plages d'Agnès (Documentary)
Himself (as Gerry Ayres)
 2002 How to Draw a Bunny (Documentary)
 1995 The World of Jacques Demy (Documentary)
Himself (as Gérard Ayres)

Personal Details

Other Works:

In 1975, he produced and wrote the teleplay for an unsold comedy pilot called "The Last Detail." The plot concerned two career U.S. Navy enlisted men, one black and one white, who crave civilian life, but need the structure of the military to thrive.

Alternate Names:

Gerry Ayres | Gérard Ayres

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Personal Quote:

I was a Hollywood studio executive. The title which went with the job at Columbia Pictures was vice-president of creative affairs, which someone once pointed out was a pretty fair description of a pimp.

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