Leanna's father, Winston Creel, is a popular California real estate agent.
In 2001, Leanna won the Audience Award for Offside at the Sao Paolo International Film Festival.
In 2005, Leanna won the Grand Prize for Promtroversy at the PlanetOut Short Movie Awards.
In 2001, Leanna was nominated for first prize for short films for Offside at the Montreal World Film Festival.
In 2001, Leanna won the award for Best Short for Offside at the Milan International Film Festival.
Leanna owns a photography company, called Creel Photo.
In 1997, Leanna appeared with her twin sister Monica in a Doublemint Gum TV commercial.
Leanna was the executive producer of the 1998 movie, Dancer, Texas Pop. 81.
The first movie that Leanna produced was Mixed Signals, in 1997.
Leanna graduated from UCLA in 1993.
Leanna was a writer and director of the 2001 movie, Offside.
Leanna was a producer on the 1998 movie, Possums.
Leanna was a director on the 2005 movie, Promtroversy.
Leanna was an executive producer on the 1998 movie, Desert Blue.
Leanna was a producer on the 1998 movie, Six-String Samurai.
Leanna was a producer on the 1999 movie, The Suburbans.
Leanna was a producer on the 1999 movie, But I'm a Cheerleader.
Leanna is the sister-in-law of comic book artist, Rob Liefeld.
Leanna appeared in the 1991 TV-movie, Perry Mason: The Case of the Fatal Fashion.
Leanna was a producer on the 2000 film, Queen for a Day.
Leanna was a co-producer on the 2001 film, Get Over It.
Leanna had an uncredited role in the 1988 film Big Business.
Leanna appeared with her sister Monica in the 1996 film, Freeway.
Leanna appeared in the 2000 film, The Cell.
Leanna has 2 sisters Joy Creel and Monica Creel, they are triplets. They appeared as triplets in the parent trap movies: Parent Trap III (1989)and Parent Trap: Hawaiian Honeymoon (1989).
Leanna is 5'4" tall.
Leanna: I heard a saying once, 'It's easier to curse the darkness than to light a match.' So I said, I want to be lighting matches. Even if it's a small light, I want to try to light them.
Leanna: The reason I stopped being an actor and wanted to be a producer is because I didn't want to be another actress who sat around and complained that there were no good roles for women, that there were no interesting projects out there, that no one was taking risks on the young filmmakers. I didn't want to be another person complaining.