Over the past 20 years, Alexandra Milchan has served as a film executive and an independent producer of film, television and digital projects, with credits including the Academy Award-nominated The Wolf of Wall Street, the upcoming feature The Red Sea Diving Resort, starring Chris Evans (which is set to be released in 2018), and the upcoming Showtime series Guantanamo, which Milchan is developing with Oliver Stone, the show’s lead director. Milchan and her husband/producing partner Scott Lambert are executive producers of the upcoming untitled David O. Russell series, starring Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore. Their upcoming features include The Silence, which stars Stanley Tucci, Kiernan Shipka, Miranda Otto and John Corbett; Mary, starring Gary Oldman and Emily Mortimer; the Untitled Reed Morano Project, with Jeff Bridges and Diane Lane, attached to star with Emmy-winner Reed Morano directing; a Thomas Kinkade-biopic Kinkade, with Channing Tatum starring and producing, and Dante Harper writing; Now I See You, starring Emma Roberts; and Nancy & Danny, with Rose Byrne. Previously, Milchan served as the EVP of Production at New Regency, bringing in and developing major properties such as Assassin’s Creed and Fraggle Rock. She began her career apprenticing at Columbia/TriStar in Paris, and for Warner Bros. in London before her first job on the set for the production of Heat. Prior to joining Emjag Productions, Scott Lambert was a part of FILM 360, the production arm of Los Angeles-based Management 360, one of the most reputable and established talent and literary management firms in the entertainment industry. FILM 360’s credits include Robert Luketic’s Paranoia, starring Liam Hemsworth, Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman, which Lambert produced for Film 360. Prior to joining Management 360, Lambert spent two years as president of the Business Group and executive vice president of production at Relativity Media where he was involved with a multitude of films including critical and box office hits such as the Oscar-winning The Fighter and Limitless. Prior to that, Lambert worked as executive vice president at the William Morris Agency (1994-2008) where he represented major television and film talent including Scarlett Johansson, Kevin Spacey, Kiefer Sutherland and Sylvester Stallone. While at William Morris, Lambert also served as their head of motion picture packaging and was involved with financing over 50 feature films.