Scott Stuber
Courtesy of Netflix
United States



Head, Film Division

Stuber, a former vice chairman of worldwide production at Universal, moved to Netflix in 2017 to helm its then fledgling film division. And he did just that for the biggest showbiz disruptor of the new millennium, overseeing development, production and acquisition of movies. Recent hits under Stuber’s supervision: “Murder Mystery,” starring Adam Sandler; JC Chandor’s actioner “Triple Frontier”; Nahnatchka Khan’s feature directorial debut “Always Be My Maybe,” starring Ali Wong and Randall Park; “The Christmas Chronicles,” with Kurt Russell; and Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma,” which opened in theaters and won Oscars for best foreign language film, director and cinematography. Stuber started his career in the early ’90s as a publicity assistant to Hollywood titan Lew Wasserman, the old-school MCA chief who transformed the entertainment landscape.


  • Universal Pictures
  • Bluegrass Films (DEFUNCT)
  • Netflix


  • University of Arizona -Tucson (AZ, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
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Netflix Film Chief Scott Stuber Says Streamer Planning to Release More Audience Numbers

Netflix Film Chief Scott Stuber Says Streamer Planning to Release More Audience Numbers

Netflix is closer to getting into the numbers game than it's ever been.Scott Stuber, the head of original films at Netflix, says the behemoth streaming company — which has famously kept its viewership and box office data hidden from public display — is working on a comprehensive system of making audience metrics for its films more transparent.While in a conversation with Variety editor-in-chief Claudia Eller at Variety's Innovate Summit presented by PWC in Los Angeles on Thursday, Stuber explained that...


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