Lee Daniels

Daniels in 2015 Lee Daniels (born December 24, 1959) is an American film director, producer, and screenwriter. His first producer credit was ''Monster's Ball'' (2001), for which Halle Berry won the Academy Award for Best Actress, making Daniels the first African-American film producer to solely produce an Oscar-winning film. He made his directorial debut with ''Shadowboxer'' in 2005, and has since then directed the films ''Precious'' (2009), ''The Paperboy'' (2012, which he co-wrote), ''The Butler'' (2013) and ''The United States vs. Billie Holiday'' (2021). Of these, ''Precious'' was the most critically acclaimed, and was nominated for six Academy Awards, including two nominations for Daniels, for Best Director and Best Picture. Other films he has produced include ''The Woodsman'' (2004), ''Tennessee'' (2008), ''Pimp'' (2018) and ''Concrete Cowboy'' (2020).

Daniels has co-created and co-executive produced the TV series ''Empire'' (2015–2020) and ''Star'' (2016–2019), both set in the music industry. Provided by Wikipedia
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