Awards & Winners

Charles Tremayne

Charles Tremayne is a television executive who edited several network series in the UK before moving to America in 2000. He is best known for his involvement with the Granada Television investigation into the Birmingham Six case, editing World in Action on ITV, and overseeing several long running cable series in USA, including The First 48, Room Raiders, William Shatner’s Weird or What? and American Pickers. He was portrayed by Roger Allam in the docudrama Who Bombed Birmingham?. He came to America in 2000 to run the joint venture between The New York Times and Granada Television. In 2002 he won a News and Documentary Emmy as executive producer of a program for NOVA about bioterrorism. In 2007 he joined Zodiak New York to run its office, before joining Cineflix Productions an Executive Vice President in 2009, becoming President in 2013. He is Chairman of BAFTA New York: and a Fellow of the Royal Television Society. He lives in New York with his wife, Caroline, and their two children.

Awards by Charles Tremayne

Check all the awards nominated and won by Charles Tremayne.


British Academy Television Award for Best Single Documentary
Honored for : World in Action
(The Birmingham Six - Their Own Story)

Nominations 1992 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
British Academy Television Award for Best Single Documentary World in Action
The Birmingham Six - Their Own Story