Jason Delane Lee is Co-CEO of the Lagralane Group as well as an actor, philanthropist and father to three with his wife and co-founder, Yvonne Huff Lee. Through his work at Lagralane, Jason co-executive produced the 2018 Academy Award winning documentary ICARUS. Jason’s producing credits also include 2019 Berlinale premiere THE BODY REMEMBERS WHEN THE WORLD BROKE OPEN, 2018 Sundance premieres NIGHT COMES ON and THIS IS HOME, and 2017 SXSW premieres SERVED LIKE A GIRL and LUCKY, starring Harry Dean Stanton. Jason loves a good movie of any genre and believes deeply that storytelling can save lives.

Jason is a member of SAG/AFTRA and AEA and is a life member of the Actors Studio. He is also a founding member of the Los Angeles-based Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble and has appeared on stages across the country.

An advocate of the arts and the environment, he is passionate about the well-being of children and foster care system reform. Jason currently serves as a board member of the Geffen Theater, Classical Theatre of Harlem and the Chicago Media Project. Jason is also an active supporter of United Way of Greater Los Angeles and National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, where he serves on the West Coast Advisory Board.