Executive Producer of “All American”
WGA, DGA and Golden Globe nominated writer, director and producer, Greg Berlanti, is the force behind some of the most inventive and acclaimed works in film and television.
Berlanti is best known for his work as executive producer and co-creator of The CW’s “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” and “Supergirl,” collectively referred to as The CW’s Arrowverse. Additionally, Berlanti serves as executive producer on “Riverdale,” “Black Lightning” and “Blindspot.” Upcoming television projects via his Berlanti Productions banner include the thriller “You;” the live-action version of DC Entertainment’s “Titans” as well as “Doom Patrol,” “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” based on the comic book; “God Friended Me” and “The Red Line,” as well as the recently announced Batwoman series for The CW. During Upfront 2018, it was announced that Berlanti would make television history with a total of 14 scripted series on the air at the same time.
Berlanti started in television as a staff writer on the hit show “Dawson’s Creek” where he was promoted to showrunner by his second year on the series. Since then, Berlanti has served as creator, writer and producer behind several of the most creative and lauded television series in history including “Everwood,” “Jack & Bobby,” “Brothers & Sisters,” “Eli Stone” (for which he was nominated for a WGA award), “Dirty, Sexy, Money,” and “Political Animals” (for which he was nominated for a WGA, DGA and Golden Globe award).
Berlanti’s most recent feature directorial project is the critically acclaimed “Love, Simon,” an adaptation of the acclaimed YA novel Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda, starring Nick Robinson in the leading role. He co‐wrote and produced “Green Lantern,” starring Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively and Peter Sarsgaard, and produced “Pan” under his Berlanti Productions banner. Berlanti also directed “Life As We Know It,” starring Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel, which grossed over $100 million worldwide.
Berlanti made his film directorial debut in 2000 with “The Broken Hearts Club.”
He currently resides in Los Angeles with his husband and son.