Neal H. Moritz

NEAL H. MORITZ is the founder of Original Film and one of the most prolific producers in Hollywood today. Best known for the Fast & Furious films, including Furious 7, which broke multiple box office records to become the sixth highest grossing movie of all time, Moritz has produced over 50 major motion pictures, which have earned a total of over $10 billion worldwide.

Moritz most recently released The Fate of the Furious, the eighth installment in the Fast franchise. Additional film credits include 21 and 22 Jump Street, Passengers, Goosebumps, Jack the Giant Slayer, Total Recall, The Change-Up, Battle: Los Angeles, The Green Hornet, The Bounty Hunter, I Am Legend, Vantage Point, Made of Honor, Evan Almighty, Gridiron Gang, Click, S.W.A.T., Sweet Home Alabama, XXX, Out of Time, Blue Streak, The Skulls, Cruel Intentions, Urban Legend, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Volcano, and Juice.

Moritz also has a successful television business with several series on the air, including Preacher, based on the popular graphic novels, which is currently shooting its third season for AMC, Happy! which was recently renewed for a second on SyFy, reboots of SWAT on CBS and Prison Break on Fox. Upcoming is an adaptation of the graphic novels The Boys at Amazon. Past television credits include the HBO movie The Rat Pack, which earned 11 Primetime Emmy nominations, Showtime’s highly acclaimed The Big C, and the NBC series Save Me.

A Los Angeles native, Moritz completed his undergraduate studies in economics at UCLA before earning a graduate degree from the Peter Stark Producing Program at the University of Southern California.