Born and raised in Colorado, Peter O’Fallon began his film career as a commercial director, shooting local spots for Colorado businesses and Michael Jordan’s first commercial in Chicago.
O’Fallon rose to become one of the top commercial directors in the country, winning the Cleo, DNAD, and OneShow awards. His career continued to gain steam with his first feature film, the cult classic Suicide Kings, starring Christopher Walken and Denis Leary. O’Fallon also became known as a talented television director and producer, shooting episodes of thirtysomething, Northern Exposure, Party of Five, House M.D. and dozens more. He wrote and directed his second feature film, Rumor of Angels, starring Vanessa Redgrave as well as Ray Liotta and Catherine McCormack. That same year, O’Fallon created his first television series, Mysterious Ways, with actor Adrian Pasdar (Heroes). The series enjoyed a 44-episode run on NBC from 2000-2002. Its success helped launch O’Fallon as one of the most sought after executive producers/pilot directors in the industry after shows such as American Gothic, That Was Then, Blade, Eureka, The Riches, The Glades, and The Protector were all picked up to series.
His most recent project, LEGIT, became the eleventh consecutive pilot of O’Fallon’s to go to series. He’s currently serving as Executive Producer, Showrunner and co-creator on LEGIT, which O’Fallon co-wrote and directed. The FX comedy stars the wildly popular dark comic Jim Jefferies.