Peter W. Kunhardt is a documentary film-maker who produces shows for HBO, PBS, and other U.S. television networks. He started Kunhardt Productions, Inc. which produced HBO's "JFK: In His Own Words," HBO's "Bobby: In His Owns Words," ABC's "Lincoln", Discovery's "P.T. Barnum" Discovery's "Justice Files" and many more. As the company expanded, Dyllan McGee became a partner. It is now KunhardtMcGee Productions located in Pleasantville, New York in Westchester County.
Since becoming "Kunhardt McGee Productions", Kunhardt has produced the recent Emmy Nominated HBO documentary Gloria: In Her Own Words, PBS's 10 part series Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., the Emmy-award winning HBO documentary "Teddy: In His Own Words", PBS's "African American Lives I & II", and PBS's "Faces of America". In 2009, Kunhardt produced "This Emotional Life" for WGBH which explores aspects of human emotions such as depression and anxiety.
Mr. Kunhardt founded Kunhardt Productions with his father, Philip Kunhardt, Jr., and his brother, Philip Kunhardt, III, in 1987. Before founding Kunhardt Productions, Mr. Kunhardt worked for 10 years at ABC News.