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Geoff Edgers is an American journalist, writer and television host. He's currently the Washington Post's national arts reporter. Edgers has served as a staff writer for the Boston Globe, written children's books on the Beatles, Stan Lee and Elvis Presley and starred in the music documentary Do It Again. In 2014, he hosted and wrote an American Heroes Channel TV series, Secrets of the Arsenal, and, in 2013, he hosted and wrote a Travel Channel TV series, Edge of America. In 2014, he produced and co-directed a documentary, 5 Runners, about the impact of the Boston Marathon bombings on a group of runners. He has been awarded a New England Emmy for his work at the Boston Globe.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Geoff Edgers

Trivia (5)

Regular gig as arts reporter at The Boston Globe.
Interviewed Paul McCartney for his documentary, Do It Again, but McCartney's manager blocked him from using the footage.
In his high school band, played a gig with writer, actor, Apple commercial guy John Hodgman.
Won an Emmy Award in 2013 for his work at the Boston Globe.
Has run (and finished) the Boston and New York City marathons.

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