Ed Viesturs was born on June 22, 1959 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA. He is known for his work on Vertical Limit (2000), Everest (1998) and Trio for One (2003). He has been married to Paula Viesturs since 1996. See full bio »

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Known For

Vertical Limit
Vertical Limit Miscellaneous Crew
(2000)
Everest
Everest Summit Team Leader, USA
(1998)
Trio for One
Trio for One Cinematographer
(2003)
A Matter of Doubt
(2002)

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 2003 Trio for One (Documentary)
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 2008 Frontline (TV Series documentary) (still photographer - 1 episode)
- Storm Over Everest (2008) ... (still photographer)
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 2000 Vertical Limit (trainer: mountaineering)
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 2017 Dirtbag: The Legend of Fred Beckey (Documentary) (completed)
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 2007 The Colbert Report (TV Series)
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- Ed Viesturs (2007) ... Himself
 2006 The Daily Show (TV Series)
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- Ed Viesturs (2006) ... Himself
 2004 Life Beyond Limits (TV Movie)
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 2003 Trio for One (Documentary)
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 2002 Messner (TV Movie documentary)
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 2002 A Matter of Doubt (Documentary short)
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 2000 Vertical Limit
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 1998 Everest (Documentary short)
Summit Team Leader, USA
 1998 Everest: The Death Zone (TV Movie documentary)
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 1997 The Making of Everest: On Location in the Death Zone (Video short documentary)
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Print ads for Rolex' Oyster Perpetual Explorer II watch.
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