Neil LaBute
Andrew Carlberg
Josiah Bultema
Nathaniel Krause

    A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Andrew Carlberg currently works with Executive Producer Laurie Zaks on the hit ABC series Castle, starring Nathan Fillion, where they reside with an ABC development deal.

    On screen Andrew has produced the shorts After-School Special (written by Neil LaBute; starring Sarah Paulson and Wes Bentley) and I Have It (starring Larisa Oleynik and Devon Gummersall); the music videos Til My Voice is Gone (for indie rock band The Old Ceremony, starring multiple Emmy and Golden Globe winner Ed Asner; numerous festival official selections and $10,000 Music/Fashion Category Winner at the inaugural LG Life’s Good FilmFest), You're so Vain (re-recording by Carly Simon of her classic rock song, starring Ethan Embry and Katie Lowes) and Life in Letters (music and lyrics by Lucy Schwartz, starring Clark James Gable); the pilot presentation Lone (writer/director Jon Huertas).  Up next Andrew is producing the narrative feature films Some Girls (based on the Neil LaBute play) and I Have It (based on the original short), and the feature documentary Ricky.

    Andrew founded The 4th Wall: Geffen Playhouse Arts Alliance, a theater initiative in partnership with the world-renown theater, and The Piece Project, a celebrity-based reading series and ensemble.  On stage at the Geffen, Andrew produced the Los Angeles premiere of 110 Stories (starring Katharine McPhee, John Hawkes, Ed Asner, Sharon Lawrence, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, and others).  Andrew produced the Los Angeles premiere of Neil LaBute’s The Mercy Seat at [Inside] the Ford alongside VS. Theatre Company, West Coast premiere of Edward Anthony's Wish I Had a Sylvia Plath  at The Lounge Theatre alongside Rogue Machine and the World Premiere of David Dean Bottrell Makes Love at Rogue Machine and the Comedy Central Stage.

    In addition to working in the entertainment industry, Andrew is an active volunteer and mentor through the I Have a Dream Foundation and on the steering committee for the Los Angeles Public Library's Young Literati.

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Neil LaBute

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