Grayson Green is the ruthless executive at RBC Television Station.  Grayson will do anything to be the first to get a story. If you have news-worthy secrets, you should stay clear of this meddler. Grayson has just been served with lawsuit papers and is being sued for defamation, false light invasion of privacy, and emotional distress by Roland Kingsley.  Grayson has refused to comment on the issue.


EARLY LIFE: Green was born in New York City, the younger son of the famous author Emerit Green and the artist, fashion designer, writer, and heiress Gina Vandersnatch. Green was educated at the Dalton School, a private university preparatory day school in New York City. At age 16, after graduating from Dalton two semesters early, Grayson traveled around Africa for a month on a "survival trip," but contracted malaria on the trip and was hospitalized in Somalia. Grayson went on to attend Yale University, majoring in political science and graduating with a B.A.

BUSINESS CAREER: During college, Green spent a year as an intern at the Central Intelligence Agency. With no formal journalistic education, Grayson opted to pursue a career in journalism rather than stay with the agency after school. 

In 1999, Grayson became a correspondent for CBC News in New York City, eventually rising to the co-anchor position in 2000. 

In 2005, Grayson left CBC  and moved to Godley Hollow for a position at RBC-TV as an executive with the title Senior Vice President, RBC News Programs, Newsgathering and Special Events, RBC News

PHILANTHROPY: Grayson Green is affiliated with the following charities: 

  • American Cancer Society

  • Cancer Research Institute

  • End Hunger Network

  • Entertainment Industry Foundation

  • Habitat For Humanity

  • Joyful Heart Foundation

  • Kids Wish Network


PERSONAL LIFE: Grayson is divorced with seven children who live with Grayson's ex-spouse in New York City.




  • Nominated for an Emmy: Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft: Writing 2000

  • Nominated for an Emmy: Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story in a News Magazine 2002

  • Won an Emmy:Outstanding News Discussion & Analysis 2003

  • Won an Emmy: Best Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast 2004

  • Won People's Choice Award, 2004