Chris Moore is most familiar to television viewers as a voice of reason in the filmmaking competition reality show "Project Greenlight", and is a frequent production partner of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. Moore met Damon when both were attending Harvard University, and he co-produced "Good Will Hunting" (1997), which made Damon and Affleck instant stars. Moore, Damon, and Affleck formed the production company LivePlanet, which was a partner on "Project Greenlight", as well as the films made by its first two winners, "Stolen Summer" (2002) and "The Battle of Shaker Heights" (2003). Moore also co-produced the first two "American Pie" films and the short-lived television series "Push, Nevada". In 2009, Moore made his directorial debut with horror film "Kill Theory", and also put his Harvard history degree to use by co-producing and co-directing "The People Speak", a documentary based on radical historian Howard Zinn's "A People's History of the United States".