Lee Groberg: Mormon Filmmaker
Lee B. Groberg is an award-winning documentary filmmaker.
He earned his MBA in international business management. He began his film career in 1984 producing industrial films for companies such as NuSkin. The went into documentary filmmaking in 1987 when he co-produced a film in Japan entitled Winter: The St. Paul—Sapporo Connection.
Since that beginning, he has produced and directed films primarily for PBS, including Messiah; First Freedom; Fires of Faith: The Coming Forth of the King James Bible; Sweetwater Rescue: The Willie and Martin Handcart Story; America’s Choir: The Story of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Sacred Stone: Temple on the Mississippi; American Prophet: The Story of Joseph Smith; Trail of Hope: The Story of the Mormon Trail; Treasure House—The Utah Mining Story; and American Gunmaker: The John M. Browning Story. His films often focus on Mormon history. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Groberg has worked with T. C. Christensen and Mark Goodman as his cinematographers.
Groberg was born in 1951 in Far West, Utah. He and his wife, Jeanine, are the parents of seven children.