Executive Producer and Co-Creator of “The Flash,” “Arrow” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”
WGA, DGA and Golden Globe nominated writer, director, and producer, Greg Berlanti, is the force behind the most inventive and acclaimed works on film and television.
Berlanti currently serves as executive producer and co-creator of The CW’s “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.” Additionally, he serves as executive producer on The CW’s “Black Lightning” and as the executive producer and writer of The CW’s “Riverdale.” “Riverdale” is based on the beloved Archie comics. He also serves as an executive producer on television shows including the series “Blindspot” starring Jaimie Alexander, “Deception” and “Doom Patrol.” Berlanti is the executive producer on a multitude of television projects all premiering by 2019, such as “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” “Titans,” “You,” “Stargirl,” and The CW’s “All American” and “Batwoman.”
Berlanti served as the writer, director and producer behind several of the most creative and lauded television series, including “Brothers & Sisters,” “Eli Stone” (for which he was nominated for a WGA award), “Dirty, Sexy, Money,” the mini-series “Political Animals,” (for which he was nominated for a WGA, DGA and Golden Globe award), “The Tomorrow People” and “The Mysteries Of Laura.” Berlanti started in television as a writer and executive producer on “Dawson’s Creek” before creating and executive producing two of the WB’s most critically acclaimed dramas – “Everwood” and “Jack & Bobby.”
He co-wrote and produced the Warner Bros. action film, “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 $100m worldwide. He also executive produced the television movie “Most Likely To.” The television movies “Red Line” and “Trouble Finds Me” are still in the works, and Berlanti is the executive producer on both movies.
Berlanti made his film directorial debut in 2000 with “The Broken Hearts Club.”
He currently resides in Los Angeles.