Born in Toronto and educated at the University of Toronto, Ken Gord has been producing film and television for over 30 years.  He has filmed in Canada, the United States, Mexico, England, Scotland, France, Spain, Luxembourg, Hungary, Israel, India, Thailand, Puerto Rico and Cuba and is an expert in international co-productions.    He produced the feature film, Stuck, starring Mena Suvari (American Beauty) and Stephen Rea (The Crying Game), which premiered at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival and the major mini-series “XIII” for NBC.  Among other features is Criminal Law, directed by Martin Campbell, starring Gary Oldman and Kevin Bacon and distributed by Warner Bros.  

Ken has produced 17 television movies for CBS, Fox, UPN, Global, CTV, Lifetime, Paramount Television and CLT-Ufa.  Mini-series includes Day One, starring Brian Dennehy, for CBS/Spelling, which won an Emmy in 1989 for Best Drama Special. Ken produced two seasons of the CBS series Sweating Bullets (aka Tropical Heat), the Paramount Television syndicated series Queen of Swords, and Relic Hunter (Cycle 1), starring Tia Carrere. He also produced five seasons (over 100 episodes) of the syndicated cult hit, Highlander: The Series, which has been sold to over 100 countries world-wide.  In 1996, it was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best Dramatic Series. Ken Gord has been listed in Canadian Who’s Who since 2001.


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