Sunday, September 21, 2008
Vanity Fair's Graydon Carter
I didn't know Graydon Carter was a Canadian. That is until I saw a profile of him on CBS Sunday Morning, my favorite weekly non-fiction television show. Mad Men is my current favorite fiction show.
His accent gave it away in the first few minutes of the interview with reporter Tracy Smith. Currently the editor of Vanity Fair magazine, Carter was also the co-founder of the satirical monthly Spy magazine in 1986.
Born in Toronto, he's the father of five and has homes in both Manhattan and Toronto. He also is an owner of The Waverly Inn, a heavily populated celeb resto in Manhattan's West Village.
Photos courtesy CBS and Vanity Fair
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