Graham Yost

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Graham Yost
Born Graham John Yost
September 5, 1959 (1959-09-05) (age 54)
Etobicoke, Ontario
Occupation Screenwriter, television producer, television director, actor.
Years active 1989–present

Graham Yost is a Canadian movie and television screenwriter. His most famous works are the 1994 movie Speed, Broken Arrow, and Hard Rain. Yost did not write the dialog for Speed. The dialog was written by Joss Whedon.[1]

He has also written for the television series Herman's Head, Band of Brothers, and Boomtown. More recently, he is the creator of the NBC drama Raines starring Jeff Goldblum that premiered on March 15, 2007.

Yost won an Emmy award for his part in the mini-series From the Earth to the Moon and for his involvement in The Pacific. Graham also won a Golden Globe for his work on HBO miniseries, Band of Brothers. Graham was one of the writers for the show.

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