Kent Gordis has three decades of experience as a producer, director and writer. After a stint as a sportswriter in 1980's, when he also co-authored "Greg LeMond's Complete Book of Bicycling," Kent worked for CBS Sports and then ABC Sports.
In 1989 he formed his own production company and produced and directed primarily sports productions.
In 2000, he started a nearly ten-year association with Best Buddies, a friendship program for people with intellectual disabilities, founded and chaired by Anthony Shriver. During that time, Kent produced and directed a network special that featured the Best Buddies Challenges, which highlighted the friendships between the best buddies on grueling charity bicycle rides.
In 2005, Kent first produced the live broadcast pool feed of Times Square New Year's Eve, a proud association that continues to this day.
Since then he has directed "24 Hours of Reality" with Vice President Al Gore, provided the technical production for the Darley Awards at Hollywood's famed Dolby Theater, and produced and directed the World Science Festival in New York City.
Kent is the recipient of eight Emmy Awards and two Telly Awards.
Kent lives in Brooklyn, New York.