Lori McCreary is the CEO of Revelations Entertainment, a film, television and digital production company she co-founded with actor Morgan Freeman. The pair first worked together on their critically acclaimed anti-Apartheid film BOPHA! which laid the foundation of Revelations’ mission statement: to reveal truth.
McCreary’s film and television credits include the Award-winning Invictus, 5 Flights Up, the groundbreaking documentary film about cancer, The C Word, and she is currently Executive Producer of CBS’s hit television series Madam Secretary starring Téa Leoni, which recently began production on its fourth season. McCreary also serves as Executive Producer of Discovery Science’s Emmy-nominated series Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman, exploring how science pushes the boundaries of our understanding of the universe. Recently awarded Best Non-Fiction Science and Technology program at Realscreen, it is now in production on its seventh season. She is also Executive Producer of the Emmy-nominated and highest-rated series in National Geographic Channel history, The Story of God with Morgan Freeman and its new follow up series Story of Us.
McCreary is a unique combination: part film producer, part UCLA-trained computer scientist. She maintains a passionate, ongoing dialogue with filmmakers, talent and executives, to combat piracy and works to change the landscape for diversity in film and emerging media. In addition, she is President of the Producers Guild of America and founder of the PGA’s Motion Picture Technology Committee, and served as a Co-Chair of the PGA Awards. McCreary sits on the Board of Trustees for the American Film Institute, is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, and has been profiled by The Wall Street Journal and featured in The Hollywood Reporter’s Most Powerful Women in Hollywood issues.