Brad Alan Grey was an American television and film producer. He co-founded the Brillstein-Grey Entertainment agency, and afterwards became the chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures, a position he held from 2005 until 2017. Grey graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Management. Under Grey's leadership, Paramount finished No. 1 in global market share in 2011 and No. 2 domestically in 2008, 2009, and 2010, despite releasing significantly fewer films than its competitors. He also produced eight out of Paramount's 10 top-grossing pictures of all time after having succeeded Sherry Lansing in 2005.
|Any time there is a lot of money or ego involved, people tend to behave badly.||Time ;Money, Coins & Minting|
|I can only say that in life when you have the greatest expectations and you try to do things the right way, it doesn't always work out.||Life ;Work, Workers & The Labor Force|
|I don't lack confidence. I don't sweat. I don't want to get too Zen on you, but I have to run my own race.|
|I learned no detail was too small. It was all about the details.|
|I quickly realized I had to have my own style and strategy and find my own way.|
|I think the Emmy obviously is very prestigious and is the gold standard obviously in terms of television. But the Oscars go beyond that. I believe children, when they're growing up, dream of holding that Oscar.|
|When you make content, you try things, and they don't always work. You learn from it and figure out what's next.||Work, Workers & The Labor Force|