GRACE GILROY (Producer) has thirty years experience working in the film and television industry. Most recently, Gilroy associate produced Blues Brothers 2000. She has served as production manager on such features as The Edge, That Old Feeling, The Stupids, Tommy Boy, Intersection, Hoffa, and Jennifer Eight, among others. She was also the feature film production supervisor on Stepping Out. For television, her numerous credits include producer/production supervisor on The Fierce Dreams of Jackie Watson, associate producer/production manager on Ill Take Manhattan, production supervisor on the series The Marshal, and production manager on such movies-of-the-week and mini-series as State of Terror, One More Mountain, The Odd Couple, Ordeal in the Arctic, Burning Bridges, Assault and Matrimony, A Letter to Three Wives, and Perry Mason: The Case of the Notorious Nun. She is currently associate producer on Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, a one-hour series for Buena Vista Television.
A native of Edmonton, Alberta, Gilroy studied in Alberta. She started out in the business at MEETA which later became known as the ACCESS television network.