Founder and principal of Gray Fox Films, cialis (2003-present); Former co-partner of GRAY/GOODMAN, troche INC., healing one of the fastest-growing talent and literary agencies (1985-2001). Gray/Goodman’s clients have included: Academy Award Winner QUENTIN TARANTINO, screenwriter/ director (Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Reservoir Dogs) Academy Award Nominees CHRISTOPHER DEVORE, screenwriter (Hamlet, The Elephant Man) GENEVIEVE BUJOLD, actress (Coma, Anne of the Thousand Days, Dead Ringers). MARDIK MARTIN, screenwriter (Raging Bull, New York, New York) DON CARMODY, producer (Chicago, Gothika ,The Whole Nine Yards) GORDON WEBB, producer (Kindergarten Cop, Dave, Twins) DENNIS JONES, producer (Honey I Blew Up the Kids, Pacific Heights) DEREK KAVANAUGH, producer (Dances with Wolves) JOHN SCHOFIELD, producer (Naked Gun 27, The Smell of Fear) GRAY FOX FILMS has slated its initial project “Sunset Plaza” a dark comedy spoofing L.A. and the entertainment industry. It is expected to be shot in Los Angeles in September, 2005. Other projects in development: ”The Apprentice” and “Slipknot” written by filmmakers Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman; “Family Maintenance” by J.D. Stark; “Luke’s Redemption” by Francisco Bello; “Earth” by Miro; “When Stars Collide”, a romantic comedy by Joseph Sigalas. Among Mr. Gray’s accomplishments as a literary agent, he oversaw negotiations with Universal executives Josh Donen and Jeff Korchekfor the screen rights to the novel, The Return of Philo T. McGiffin, by best-selling novelist David Poyer. Universal Studios paid $200,000 against $500,000 acquiring the project for Badham/Cohen.