University of Arizona

Scott Stuber

Scott Stuber is the head of Netflix Films where he oversees the development, production and acquisition of the Netflix film slate. His deep ties to the creative community and decades of experience in producing commercially successful and acclaimed motion pictures have helped connect the company with some of the industry’s best talent and filmmakers, including Michael Bay, Alfonso Cuarón and Martin Scorsese. Recent hits under Stuber’s supervision include: Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, Academy Award winner Marriage Story; Murder Mystery starring Adam Sandler; Extraction starting Chris Hemsworth; Nahnatchka Khan’s feature directorial debut Always Be My Maybe; Bird Box directed by Susanne Bier and starring Sandra Bullock; and three-time Academy Award winner Roma directed by Alfonso Cuarón.

Prior to Netflix, he founded and ran Bluegrass Films, which produced such hits as Ted, Central Intelligence, and Safe House, among many others. A former vice chairman of worldwide production at Universal Studios, he was responsible for many of its critically-acclaimed, award-winning, and commercially-successful films, including A Beautiful Mind, Seabiscuit, Cinderella Man, Jarhead, 8 Mile, Meet the Parents and its follow-up films, plus both the Bourne and Fast and the Furious franchises. More than 20 of the films he supervised have grossed over $100 million at the U.S. box office.

Scott resides in Los Angeles with his wife Molly and their three children. Scott is on the board and active with a variety of organizations, including the Charlotte + Gwyneth Gray Foundation, Baby2Baby and Chrysalis.