Jason Delane Lee (he/him) is the CO-CEO of the Lagralane Group. At Lagralane, Jason has Co-Executive Produced the 2018 Academy Award-winning documentary, Icarus. His producing credits also include the 2019 Berlinale world premiere and TIFF North American premiere The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open; the 2018 Sundance premieres Night Comes On and This is Home; the 2017 SXSW premieres Served Like a Girl, The Blood is at the Doorstep, and Lucky, starring the late Harry Dean Stanton, and the upcoming Lisa Cortes documentary The Empire of Ebony. On-screen he acted in and executive produced the indie film Givers of Death (G.O.D.), written and directed by Addison Henderson and distributed by Buffalo 8. As a filmmaker, Jason recently completed the short film Lifeline, which he wrote, co-directed, and starred in. Lifeline has screened in over 16 film festivals worldwide earning several accolades including Award of Excellence at Best Shorts Competition and Finalist Best Short at Roma Prism Awards. He is a founding member of Los Angeles-based Lower Depth Theatre; which produces intimate theater for LA's theater arts community and also serves on the board of directors of the Classical Theatre of Harlem in NYC. Jason and his wife, Yvonne, currently live in Studio City, CA with their three children.