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John Gray (XI)

John Gray was born on September 26, 1946 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada as John Howard Gray. He is a writer and composer, known for Eyes of a Cowboy (1998), Showdown at Williams Creek (1991) and The Kid Who Couldn't Miss (1983). See full bio »

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 1998 Eyes of a Cowboy (TV Series) (writer - 1998)
 1992 The National Doubt (TV Movie)
 1983 The Kid Who Couldn't Miss (Documentary) (musical Billy Bishop Goes To War)
 1982 Billy Bishop Goes to War (TV Movie)
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 1992 The National Doubt (TV Movie)
 1983 The Kid Who Couldn't Miss (Documentary) (from musical "Billy Bishop Goes to War")
 1982 Billy Bishop Goes to War (TV Movie)
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 2010 Billy Bishop Goes to War (TV Movie)
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 1982 Billy Bishop Goes to War (TV Movie)
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 1983 The Kid Who Couldn't Miss (Documentary)
Piano Accompanist (uncredited)
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(April 8 to May 2, 1982) Eric Peterson and his play, "Billy Bishop Goes To War," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Clayton Corzatte (Billy Bishop) and David Colacci (Piano Player) in the cast. Amy Saltz was director.
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He was awarded the O.C. (Officer of the Order of Canada) on April 17, 2000 for his services to entertainment in Canada. See more »

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