Graydon Carter

Canadian born editor of American magazine Vanity Fair since 1992.• Has won eleven national magazine awards so far during his tenure as Vanity Fair editor.

• Was the founder of the satirical magazine. Spy.

• More famous than many of his celebrity subjects, Graydon is one of then most iconic magazine editors in history.

• Is the host and founder of the Vanity Fair post Oscars party – which is harder to get into than Fort Knox.

Graydon’s advice to his younger self:

“If you do try drugs, dabble gently and briefly. Above all, don’t make it a lifestyle.”

Quotable Graydon:

“In less than a year, the Bush administration will strut out of office, leaving the country in roughly the same condition a toddler leaves a diaper.”

Graydon was 16 in 1965, the year that…

British War Prime-mimister Winston Churchill is given a state funeral and The Sound of Music premieres.

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