Executive Producer of “Kung Fu”
WGA, DGA and Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated writer, director and producer, Greg Berlanti, is the force behind some of the most creative and acclaimed works in film and television.
Berlanti began his career in television as a staff writer on the hit show “Dawson’s Creek” and became an executive producer and showrunner of the series after only one year on staff. Since then, Berlanti has served as creator, writer, and producer behind several of the most inventive and biggest hits on television, including “Everwood,” “Brothers & Sisters,” “Political Animals,” “Arrow,” “Blindspot,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” “You,” “Riverdale,” “Titans,” “Doom Patrol,” “All American” and “The Flight Attendant.” For the past few years, Berlanti Productions has had as many as 15 shows on the air at one time — a record-breaking number of shows to air at one time for a TV producer and creator.
Berlanti made his film directorial debut in 2000 with “The Broken Hearts Club.” His most recent feature directorial project was critically acclaimed “Love, Simon.” Upcoming feature projects include Amazon’s “My Policeman,” directed by Michael Grandage and starring Harry Styles and Emma Corrin; Jennifer Kent’s “Alice & Freda Forever;” an Untitled Rock Hudson Biopic, which he will direct; “Red, White and Royal Blue;” “Be More Chill” and HBO Max’s “Moonshot.” The film division of his company, Berlanti/Schechter Films, has an exclusive first-look feature film deal with Netflix.
Berlanti was included in Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2020. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his husband and two children.