Deborah and Bradley Carr - "FEAT: 63 Marathons in 63 Days"

Deborah and Bradley Carr - "FEAT: 63 Marathons in 63 Days"

Premiere date: Jul 06, 2012

FEAT is a feature documentary chronicling one man's coast-to-coast quest to run 63 marathons in 63 days for kids battling the rare, terminal disease ataxia telangiectasia, or A-T.

Biographies

Deborah and Bradley Carr|Feat Productions, Inc. is the Los Angeles, California based Production Company headed by husband and wife team, Deborah and Bradley Carr. Both seasoned in television and documentary production, the two met in college where they were also introduced to their first A-T family. The couple collaborated to produce the first A-T Children's Project Telethon at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 2000. The eight-hour live broadcast served to educate the surrounding community about the orphan disease ataxia- telangiectasia, while simultaneously raising funds to support research. The telethon has grown to become an annual event at the University.

Professionally, Deborah's television career started in local broadcast news where she was an Anchor and Reporter serving communities in Eastern Washington and Southern California. After a marriage proposal lured her to Los Angeles, she transitioned into long-format documentary production where she honed her skills as a Coordinating Producer on a number of documentary specials for The History Channel with Bill Brummel Productions. The 2004 documentary, "Rwanda Do Scars Ever Fade?" was recognized with the prestigious Peabody Award. Her work on human rights focused documentaries continued with "First to Fight: The Black Tankers of WWII" and "Standing Tall At Auschwitz". Deborah has also worked in various production roles on content for ABC, Discovery, Court TV, and the US Army.

Bradley has extensive experience in reality television production. He spent four seasons working on the hit NBC show "Fear Factor". Brad served as an Associate Producer on more than 130 episodes involving 400 stunts and challenges. Moving forward as a Production Manager and Line Producer his resume includes, "Extreme Makeover Home Edition: After the Storm", "Deal or No Deal", "Kid Nation", "Hey Paula" and "Coolio's Rules". Currently Bradley is working as a Producer on the ABC splash, smash, hit "Wipeout".

Together Deborah and Bradley trained and completed the first annual A-T Children's Project Marathon at Walt Disney World in 2004.

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