Dante Di Loreto

Dante Di Loreto

Dante Di Loreto, President of Ryan Murphy Television, has produced for television, film, and Broadway. Programs produced by Di Loreto have been nominated for a total of 93 Emmy Awards. Notable among these are ‘Glee,' ‘American Horror Story,' and ‘Temple Grandin.'

Di Loreto also serves as executive producer of the ‘Glee' albums and oversees music production in the series. Since ‘Glee' hit the airwaves, the show has racked up two platinum albums, as well as three gold albums; two Grammy nominations; more than 62 million downloads and sold more than 13 million albums worldwide. ‘Glee' has the most titles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, surpassing Elvis Presley, The Beatles, and James Brown.

In addition, Di Loreto was executive producer of the record breaking sold out ‘Glee Live!' concerts. He also served as executive producer of ‘The Glee Project,' a reality series on the Oxygen Network.

With Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, Di Loreto is executive producer of the FX hit ‘American Horror Story.' ‘AHS' was nominated for 17 Emmy Awards for the first installment. ‘American Horror Story: Asylum,' the second installment was named AFI Television program of the year for 2012. ‘American Horror Story: Coven,' premiered on October 9, 2013, and ranks among the top 20 shows on television and among top 5 in cable in delivery of adults 18-49.

Di Loreto executive produced the HBO film, ‘Temple Grandin,' with Claire Danes, Julia Ormond, and Catherine O'Hara, which chronicled a young woman's struggle with autism.' Temple Grandin' was nominated for 15 Emmy Awards and won seven, including Outstanding Made-For-TV Movie. He also produced ‘My Louisiana Sky' for Showtime, starring Juliet Lewis and Kelsey Keel, which was nominated for 5 Emmy Awards.

Previously, Di Loreto supervised U.S theatrical operations for Bill Kenwright, Ltd., the U.K's largest production company. He co-produced the Broadway revival of ‘The Glass Menagerie,' starring Jessica Lange, Christian Slater, and Sarah Paulson, as well as Sir Antony Sher's ‘Primo' and ‘Festen,' starring Juliana Margulies and Ali McGraw.

Di Loreto is a board member of Direct Relief International, a nonprofit that focuses on improving the quality of life by bringing critically needed medicines and supplies to local healthcare providers worldwide. He is also a board member of the Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles' preeminent nonprofit theatre company, dedicated to raising the profile of Los Angeles theatre, supporting the development of new work, and igniting interest in the theatre among the community's youth. Di Loreto has additionally been honored for his charitable work by Education Through Music and by Project Angel Food.

Di Loreto holds an MFA from the American Film Institute and a BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He currently resides in Los Angeles.