Scott Stuber

Vice President, Original Films at Netflix

Since 2017, Stuber has headed Netflix’s growing film division, developing, acquiring and producing movies for the streaming service. With a worldwide audience of more than 93 million, Netflix has been better known for its original-series offerings but has aggressively moved to develop a watercooler hit on the big screen. The producer who made “Ted,” “Central Intelligence” and “Patriots Day” was also in the running to replace Brad Grey atop Paramount Pictures. He previously served as co-president of production at Universal Pictures, along with Mary Parent, eventually rising to the position of vice chair of worldwide production at the studio. At Universal, he helped oversee projects including the “Fast and the Furious” franchise, “A Beautiful Mind,” “Seabiscuit” and “Cinderella Man.”


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