Gray Frederickson (born July 21, 1937) is an American film producer.
Frequent collaborators and historyEdit
In 1974, Robert De Niro claims he and Frederickson went up to the Gulf and Western Building in New York City to a private screening room to study Marlon Brando's movements. De Niro compared it to a science experiment which prepared him for his character in The Godfather. Frederickson and Coppola collaborated on Apocalypse Now and One from the Heart and The Outsiders. According to Rolling Stone, the first meeting between Frederickson, Coppola and Al Ruddy was interrupted by a phone call from Brando.
He is best known for winning an Oscar as one of the co-producers of The Godfather Part II at the 47th Academy Awards. In addition he was also nominated for Apocalypse Now.  Frederickson won an Emmy for Dream No Little Dream: The Life and Legacy of Robert S. Kerr (2007).
Frederickson is currently married to Karen and resides in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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