Talent Guide

Ann Le

  • Program Year:Project Involve 2010


Ann Le is currently in her second year in the Universal Pictures Leadership Program (UPLP), a selective rotational program designed to foster a pipeline of creative talent through the Motion Pictures Group at Universal. Le produced and co-developed the web series, INST MSGS, for Revision3. The series was nominated for a 2010 Streamy Award for Best Experimental Web Series and received notable press from Wired magazine and Salon.com. INST MSGS dramatizes content from social media found on the Internet, and its pilot, My Women, screened at several film festivals as an official short film. Le’s current projects include developing and producing the narrative feature 2%; writing the screenplay Coma Guy; developing, writing, and producing the four web series Money Club, PVA, Reality, and We Used to Go Out; and writing her second book Little America, with accompanying documentary TV series. Prior to Universal, Le spent six years on Wall Street in fixed income sales and trading, and in mergers and acquisitions, working and living in NYC, LA, San Francisco, and London. Le is also a published author (The Little Saigon Cookbook) with a culinary degree and has written and been featured in over thirty publications including the Los Angeles Times, NPR, and Sunset Magazine. In her spare time, she volunteers on the boards of Clockshop, a non-profit that supports and produces projects and conversations by artists, writers, and civic leaders and Silver Lake Chamber of Commerce, and she serves on both as Treasurer. Le has an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and a BA from UC Berkeley.

Current Project



The 'New black experience' is explored through the humorous and poignant trials of an eclectic group of BLACK STUDENTS at a mostly white college as they rally to save the Black Student Union from a Chancellor who thinks race-based groups are outdated.