Andrew Carlberg


Named by Variety (alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Mindy Kaling, Ryan Coogler, Beau Willimon, and Olivia Wilde) as one of “Hollywoodʼs New Leaders,” Carlberg is an Academy Award and Emmy Award winning film, television, new media, Broadway and Los Angeles stage producer. Andrew’s extensive credits include, but aren’t limited to, ABC’s CASTLE, DirecTV’s FULL CIRCLE, Broadway’s ROMEO AND JULIET and SIDE SHOW, Celebration Theatre's Ovation Award winning productions of THE BOY FROM OZ, THE COLOR PURPLE: THE MUSICAL, and PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT, the worldwide hit improv-based show THE BLIND DATE PROJECT, the Neil LaBute penned feature films SOME GIRL(S) and DIRTY WEEKEND, actress Jennifer Morrison’s feature directorial debut SUN DOGS (Netflix 2018), and the 2018 and 2021 Official Sundance Selection THE BLAZING WORLD (short and feature).

Notably, Carlberg was the producer of SKIN, which won the 2019 Academy Award for Live Action Short Film.

Additional feature credits include the romantic comedy SISTER OF THE GROOM (starring Alicia Silverstone and Tom Everett Scott, and released by Saban Films in December 2020) and the HBOMax drama THE FALLOUT, which premiered at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival, and won the Grand Jury and Audience Award. Select additional short films include ANNA (which premiered in competition at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival), FEELING THROUGH (which was nominated at the 93rd Academy Awards), LALITO 10 (which won a 2023 Emmy Award) and NORTH STAR (starring Colman Domingo, Laura Innes and Kevin Bacon; 27 festival wins). Other recent feature films include PEACE IN THE VALLEY (2022 Tribeca Film Festival premiere) and MUTT (2023 Sundance Film Festival and 2023 Berlinale International Film Festival).

Carlberg has sold projects to HBO, Netflix, CBS, DirecTV and more - and has an ambitious slate of film, television and theater projects in development. Andrew is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with Shakespeare studies at Oxford University, a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Producers Guild of America, an alum of Film Independent’s Fast Track Producing Fellowship and New York’s Independent Filmmaker Project, and an event producer for the I Have a Dream Foundation - Los Angeles and the National Breast Cancer Coalition.