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Steve Morrison (TV producer)

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Preceded by  Peter McColl
Role  Television producer
Occupation  TV producer
Spouse  Gayle Morrison

Website  www.rector.ed.ac.uk
Name  Steve Morrison
Movies  The Magic Toyshop
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Born  3 March 1947 (age 68)Glasgow, Scotland (1947-03-03)
Alma mater  University of Edinburgh
Similar People  Noel Pearson, David Liddiment, Peter McColl, Jim Sheridan, Anne - Princess Royal

Education  University of Edinburgh

Steve Morrison (born 3 March 1947) is a Scottish television producer and the current Rector of the University of Edinburgh.

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Early life

Morrison was born in Glasgow and studied Politics at the University of Edinburgh. In 1968, he became the first student to stand for the post of Rector. Following his studies at Edinburgh, Morrison attended the National Film and Television School.

Career

Morrison become a radio producer with BBC Scotland. Morrison joined Granada Television in 1974. Here, he formed Granada Film before becoming Director of Programmes and, in 2001, Chief Executive. In 2003, Morrison co-founded independent TV production and distribution company all3media, becoming non-executive chairman in 2013. Morrison's production credits include My Left Foot, The Field and Jack and Sarah.

In 2015, Morrison was elected Rector of the University of Edinburgh, beating incumbent Peter McColl with 61.9% of votes.

References

Steve Morrison (TV producer) Wikipedia