Lovell Holder graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton University. He then received his MFA from Brown University. Feature Film: Ian MacAllister-McDonald’s "Some Freaks" (producer, starring Thomas Mann, Lily Mae Harrington, and Tony nominee Marin Ireland); "Loserville" (director/producer/co-writer, produced with Tony winner Sara Ramirez, starring Darby Stanchfield, Matt McGorry, Natalie Hall, and Jonathan Lipnicki); Robert Jury’s "Working Man" (producer, starring Peter Gerety, Billy Brown, and Oscar nominee Talia Shire). Short Film: Samantha Soule's "Birdwatching" (producer, starring Amanda Seyfried); Olivia Hamilton’s "Surrogate" (produced with Oscar winner Damien Chazelle); Daniel Talbott’s "You Say Hello" (director/producer); Roger Q. Mason's "Softer" (director/producer, produced with Emmy winner Robert J. Ulrich, starring Rick Cosnett and Terrell Carter); Anna Chazelle's "Narrow" (producer); Julia Max's "Pieces of Me" (producer). Lovell's film work has screened and garnered prizes at more than 50 American and international film festivals. In 2019, he directed the Broadway workshop of Roger Q. Mason's play "Lavender Men" at Circle in the Square. He has also directed theater in LA at Skylight Theatre, Celebration Theatre, Echo Theater Company, Rising Phoenix Rep, LATC, Chalk Rep, and Son of Semele, and he has appeared onstage regionally at the McCarter Theater and Trinity Repertory Company, in addition to actively volunteering as a writer with the NYC-based organization 24 Hour Plays. He is a proud company member of Rising Phoenix Rep and serves as a board member of Descanso Gardens.