Bob Sertner

Park City City Council

Bob will be the first out LGBTQ+ person elected in Park City!


Robert Sertner has produced over 125 movies for television, including projects starring Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Hillary Swank, and Kristen Bell, among many others. Sertner’s series resume includes the hit dramas REVENGE, QUANTICO, MISTRESSES, and BLOOD & OIL, which was the first series to be shot at Park City Film Studios. Sertner also produced the Peabody Award-winning series, UnREAL, which was nominated for multiple Emmy awards. Sertner’s telefilms include the record-shattering teen docudrama THE PREGNANCY PACT; as well as GIRL, POSITIVE, a drama about the tragedy of teen AIDS, for which he won an inaugural Television Academy Honors Award. Sertner also produced two films that enjoyed competition at Sundance; as well as TOO YOUNG TO DIE, starring Brad Pitt and Juliette Lewis. In addition to producing some of television’s most ambitious projects, Sertner has been involved with many non-profit boards, including AIDS Project Los Angeles; and he has also been an active political fundraiser and energetic activist for many LGBTQ+ issues, ranging from employment and insurance discrimination, to the groundbreaking challenges of same-sex marriage and adoption. He was an inaugural member of ANGLE (Access Now for Gay & Lesbian Equality). Sertner has had a home in Park City, Utah for the last twenty years, where he now lives with his partner of 30 years and soon-to-be-husband Steve and their two now-grown kids, who are the true lights of his life.