Andrew Walworth, Executive Producer is founder and president of Grace Creek Media, Inc.
His public television credits include the award-winning weekly public affairs series Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg, which ran for fifteen years on PBS. Mr. Walworth co-created the program and served as Executive Producer for its entire run, including more than 15 Think Tank Documentary Specials and the three-hour series The First Measured Century.
Other series for public television include Ideas in Action with Jim Glassman, Moneywise with Kelvin Boston, Closer To Truth hosted by Dr. Robert L. Kuhn, Wine Food & Friends with Karen McNeil and Follow The Money with Ray Suarez and Gail Harris.
His PBS documentaries and specials include The Principal Factor (2012), Heaven on Earth: The Rise & Fall of Socialism (2005), Financial Insecurity (2004), Traveling Smart With Rudy Maxa (2002), The Big Band Sound of WWII (2001), Yogi Berra: Deja vu All Over Again (1999) and The Stockholder Society (1999).
Beyond PBS, his cable credits include Baseball’s Secret Formula for Discovery Science (2006), Hurricane Rescues and Hurricane Reunions for Animal Planet (2005), Church & State: Religion in America hosted by Brit Hume for The Fox News Channel (2005), and FDR: A Presidency Revealed for The History Channel (2005). He was co-executive producer of the feature-length documentary Project Happiness, which has been screened at more than 30 international film festivals and won numerous awards. He has been a consultant to numerous organizations including The American Enterprise Institute, Pew Research Center, The George W. Bush Institute, The Voice of America, The McLaughlin Group, Reader’s Digest, and PBS.
Before founding his own company, Mr. Walworth was vice president of The Blackwell Corporation where he produced the PBS foreign policy series American Interests with Morton Kondracke. He also produced the PBS series on science and technology TechnoPolitics and the weekly WJLA/7 series MoneyPolitics, both hosted by Jim Glassman. While at Blackwell, he wrote and produced several award-winning documentaries, including the 90-minute feature The Conservatives that featured interviews with President Ronald Reagan, William F. Buckley, Senator Barry Goldwater and Claire Booth Luce, among others. He produced the one-hour PBS documentary Shielding America on SDI, named by The New York Times as one of the best documentaries of 1985.
A successful entrepreneur, he also owns and operates Sportskool, a suite of television sports channels for participant athletes available in 39 million US cable households, and in numerous overseas markets on a wide range of IPTV and connected devices.