The Legacy of The Wolper Organization

At The Wolper Organization, legacy isn’t just a word—it’s a living tribute to the enduring impact we’ve had on the entertainment industry. Founded by the iconic David L. Wolper and now led by the visionary Mark Wolper, our journey is a multi-generational tapestry of storytelling. With a portfolio boasting over 500 films and hundreds of hours of groundbreaking television programming, we continue to honor David L. Wolper’s pioneering spirit in every project.

Our Award-Winning Legacy

Golden Globes
Years of Film

Documentary Excellence

The organization’s love for documentaries can be traced back to its inception by David L. Wolper. Notable documentaries include the Oscar-nominated “The Race for Space,” Emmy-winning “The Making of the President,” and Oscar award-winning “The Hellstrom Chronicle.”

Expanding Horizons:
Docuseries and More

Beyond documentaries, The Wolper Organization has redefined the landscape of docuseries with groundbreaking series like “National Geographic,” “Biography,” and the Emmy-nominated “Penn & Teller: Bullsh*t!”

Cinematic Milestones

In the realm of feature films, the organization boasts an illustrious portfolio, with classics like “Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” and the Oscar-winning “L.A. Confidential.”

Longform Television:
A Genre Mastered

The organization has mastered the art of long-form television, with miniseries like “Roots” and “The Thorn Birds,” which have not only won multiple Emmys but also have become some of the highest-rated programs in the history of television.

A Future of
Continued Excellence

As The Wolper Organization steps into the future, it continues to elevate the brand, affirming its place as one of the premiere, non-scripted television production entities in the industry today.