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Fred Grinstein


A&E Network and Bio

Fred Grinstein is a Senior Director of Non-Fiction & Alternative Programming for A&E Network and BIO. Since 2010 he has been responsible for overseeing the development and production of A&E and BIO’s real life series, serving as executive producer on hit A&E series including Storage Wars, Storage Wars: Texas, Storage Wars: New York, American Haunting, Dog the Bounty Hunter, Psychic Kids, as well as I Survived… Beyond and Back and The Ghost Inside My Child for BIO. Grinstein also developed Amish Mafia, which became a hit series for Discovery. Before joining A&E Networks, Grinstein served as Director of Development for Tiger Aspect Productions, credits include Extreme Trains for History, Make Me a Supermodel for Bravo, and Desert Car Kings on Discovery. Prior to working for Tiger Aspect, he produced and directed for Travel Channel, MTV, and PBS. Grinstein is also responsible for developing and producing TLC’s first docusoap, Sheer Dallas, as well developing and producing the first season of Emmy Award-winning Cash Cab on Discovery. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, and lives in New York City.

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