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Kirk Fraser

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Years active  1998–present
Name  Kirk Fraser

Role  Film director
Shows  30 for 30
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Born  February 12, 1976 (age 39) (1976-02-12) Kingston, Jamaica
Occupation  Producer, director, screenwriter
Movies  Without Bias, The Life of Rayful Edmond
Nominations  Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Documentary
Similar People  Len Bias, Rayful Edmond, Peter Berg, Michael Tollin, Barry Levinson

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Kirk Fraser (born February 12, 1976) is a film director, screenwriter, and film producer.


Kirk Fraser's first documentary film, The Life of Rayful Edmond: The Rise and Fall, Vol. I was released on July 12, 2005.

In 2006 Fraser teamed up with Lil' Kim and Tracey Edmonds to develop a reality series, Lil' Kim: Countdown to Lockdown on BET. It was the highest debuting series in BET history with 1.9 million viewers.

Fraser produced and directed Without Bias, a documentary film on Len Bias. The film was awarded the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at the 13th Annual American Black Film Festival.

In 2009 ESPN selected Fraser to join the list of the top 30 film directors to develop 30 for 30, a series of documentaries in celebration of ESPN's 30Th Anniversary.

Fraser executive produced Mayor For Life, a reality series on the former mayor of Washington, DC Marion Barry. The show was cancelled after a former employee of Councilwoman Yvette Alexander was fired for his appearance in the pilot episode that premiered on YouTube.

On April 2, 2015 Fraser launched Blue Mountain Pictures, a production and digital distribution company for feature films and original television series.

Selected filmography

  • The Life of Rayful Edmond (2005) (director & executive producer)
  • Lil' Kim: Countdown to Lockdown (2006) TV series (producer)
  • Against All Odds (2006) TV Movie (director & producer)
  • American Gangster (2006–2008) TV series (producer)
  • Party Boyz (2009) (executive producer)
  • Without Bias (2009) (director & executive producer)
  • Mayor For Life (2010) (executive producer)
  • References

    Kirk Fraser Wikipedia