Kevin Sullivan


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Kevin Sullivan
Kevin Roderick Sullivan (born c. 1955) is a Canadian writer, director and producer of film and television programs.

Kevin Sullivan is best known for detailed period movies such as the Anne of Green Gables series films, his movie adaptations of Timothy Findley's novel The Piano Man's Daughter, feature films and TV-movies such as Under the Piano, Butter Box Babies, Sleeping Dogs Lie and CBS mini-series Seasons of Love, as well as long-running television series such as Road to Avonlea and Wind at My Back. Having produced over 500 hours of movies and television in his thirty year career he has also won hundreds of international awards, including three Emmy Awards, a Peabody Award for outstanding contribution to television, Gemini, Cable-Ace & Prix Jeunesse Awards. His films have been broadcast in over 150 countries. His production company Sullivan Entertainment has produced movies, mini-series and specials for CBS, PBS, Disney, Lifetime, Ion, INSP, Channel 4, BBC, ITV, ZDF and NHK.

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