Lindell Singleton is a native of Los Angeles where he attended Los Angeles City College, UCLA, and the Film /TV Directing Program at HFI. His degree is in Art.
He is a movie producer, television director and writer overseeing creative development with partners at motion picture studios Limeville Entertainment and Southroad Pictures.
Most recently, he created and executive produced the -eight-part television documentary -series, ‘Journey of Hope’ which chronicled the stunning, uplifting stories of Texans meeting — and beating cancer. This series aired on WFAA, an ABC affiliate station in North Texas.
Additionally, he has produced the theatrical documentaries Lone Star Holy War and Texas Rangers: A Baseball Love Story, as part of the Texas 28 Films palette of motion pictures and the emotionally charged documentary entitled History of the Red River Rivalry — which chronicled the complex story of the Texas/Oklahoma football wars.
Singleton, along with producing partners King Hollis and Barry Mendelson are writing and developing the six-part series entitled He Could Have Played Blind, about the career of basketball legend “Pistol” Pete Maravich and a stunning new streaming series entitled, The Texas Museums Project, Vol I which presents the stories of Texas Congressional Medal of Honor winners and trailblazers, including Fort Worth Tuskegee Airman, Captain Claude R. Platte.
In 2018, he was named Humanitarian of the Year by the Texas Justice Seekers Initiative for his work in galvanizing awareness on black infant mortality and the black maternal health care crisis plaguing the United States. He continues to produce and host a global podcast entitled, ‘The_Gap’ a global podcast series to continue shining the light on matters of health care inequality. To support societal issues, he directed an acclaimed documentary entitled, “¿A Quién Queres?” as a educational film for Spanish speakers about Covid-19. This was released in 2020.
He has written, directed, and produced over 50 hours of multi-platform content that have garnered multiple awards as well as a ‘Best Director’ statue from the Houston International Film Festival and a nomination from Dallas International Film Festival for Best Texas Documentary.
As an author of historical fiction, he has published a series of novels about a black detective working in the 1920s who keeps a powerful secret of his own. The most recent book in the series — Prophet Smith of Shreveport: A Nehemiah Freedman Mystery— published in January 2021.