Leah MarieAnn Klett
Leah Klett has been a reporter with The Christian Post since 2018. With nearly a decade of journalism experience, she has written extensively on the intersection of faith and Hollywood and trends surrounding the global church.
A member of the Critics Choice Association, Leah has sat down with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry including Denzel Washington, Dolly Parton, Ron Howard, Samuel L. Jackson, and more. Passionate about church and ministry, she’s also interviewed notable members of the Christian community, including N.T. Wright, Tim Keller, and Michael Youssef.
Leah’s writing has been awarded by the Evangelical Press Association and featured on Fox News. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Covenant College. She lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee, with her husband and two children.
C.S. Lewis' beloved novel Prince Caspian is getting the live-action treatment at the Museum of the Bible's World Stage Theater in Washington, D.C., complete with life-size creatures, flying trees and a script true to the story.
Without being too heavy-handed or overly preachy, “Ordinary Angels,” starring Hilary Swank and Alan Ritchson, serves as a tangible example of what Christian service should look like after spiritual transformation.
A significant majority of media consumers around the world want more accurate and respectful portrayals of faith and religion in entertainment and believe Hollywood often promotes negative “stereotypes,” a new study has found.
Mark Wahlberg on seeking God's guidance daily: 'I'll always have a plan and He changes that quite often'
Actor Mark Wahlberg reflects on God's guidance over his life as he gears up for the release of his latest film, "Arthur the King," a true story about an adventure racer driven by the desire for one final victory.
In a significant achievement for faith-based digital content, the podcast series, "Bible in a Year with Jack Graham," has hit the No. 1 position on Apple's charts for religious podcasts despite growing biblical illiteracy across the United States.
Hilary Swank 'blessed' to star in faith film 'Ordinary Angels': 'We can find purpose in serving others'
For Academy Award-winning actress Hilary Swank, starring in “Ordinary Angels,” the true story about a woman who rallied her local community to save a young girl’s life, allowed her to use her platform to spread a message of hope and service at a time when it's desperately needed.
"Reacher" star Alan Ritchson reflects on how his faith saved him from suicide and why he advocated for scenes in which his character wrestles with doubting God's goodness to be included in the new faith-based film "Ordinary Angels."
In an inspiring journey of faith and resilience, Carrie Sheffield, author of "Trailer Park Prophecies," shares her journey from an agnostic living in a state of anger and disbelief toward religion, to a Christian finding solace and purpose through her newfound faith.
Joe Rogan and NFL star Aaron Rodgers recently discussed the crucial role Christianity plays in an increasingly chaotic society and the need for Jesus’ return in an episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast.
Pornstar-turned-pastor Joshua Broome, author of "The 7 Lies That Will Ruin Your Life," opens up about his journey to hope and healing and what motivates him to now use his platform to free others from the shackles of porn addiction.