Stu Pollard

Stu Pollard, born January 26, 1967 in Louisville, Kentucky, is an American film producer, writer and director. In his youth, Pollard attended and graduated from Kentucky Country Day School and Georgetown University. He spent three years working for New York's McCann-Erickson before moving to Los Angeles to attend USC Film School. After graduation from the University of Southern California, Pollard created Lunacy Unlimited, a production company that created a number of award-winning commercials and documentaries before eventually shifting its focus to features. Pollard made his feature film debut in 2000, producing, writing and directing Nice Guys Sleep Alone, starring Sean O'Bryan and Vanessa Marcil. A romantic comedy about the dating scene in Louisville, the independent production was broadcast in over a dozen countries and carried on cable television's HBO. The film enjoyed tremendous popularity at Hollywood Video and Netflix, garnering press coverage from USA Today, Time (magazine), and Variety (magazine). In 2005, Pollard delivered his second feature film, producing, writing, and directing Keep Your Distance, starring Gil Bellows and Jennifer Westfeldt.

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