Korey Pollard is a DGA first assistant director, mentor, and lecturer. His previous television and film credits include, Salem (WGN), The Player (Sony/NBC), The King of 7B (ABC Family), Kevin From Work (ABC Family), A to Z (NBC), Stephen Bochco’s Murder In the First (TNT), Nashville, (ABC), Rizzoli & Isles (TNT), The Wedding Band (TBS), Lie to Me (FOX), Life (NBC), the critically-acclaimed show Monk (USA), Deadwood (HBO), House (FOX), Grey’s Anatomy (ABC), Boomtown (NBC), and CSI (CBS). Film credits include Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Spy Kids 2, And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself, Thirteen Days, Waterworld, Clear & Present Danger, Eye For An Eye, G.I. Jane, That Thing You Do, and Stand By Me, among many others.
He co-produced his first film in 2006, and independent adaptation of Robert Whitlow’s novel, The List.
Korey has been a guest lecturer at University of Texas, Austin; Branford College-Yale, New Haven, Belmont University-Nashville, Lipscomb University-Nashville, Eastern University, Lakeland, Florida, Azusa Pacific University, Dodge College of Film & Media Arts-Chapman University, Vanguard University, Orange County, Compass College of Cinematic Arts, Biola University, and Los Angeles Film Studies Center. He has been on the advistory boards of Compass College of Cinematic Arts and Hollywood Connect. He also holds a position on The First Assistant Director/Unit Production Manager Committee of The Directors Guild of America.
Korey lives in Sherman Oaks with his wife of over 20 years and two children.