Covered war in Israel for CBS film unit
Had hit with "Police Academy" which spawned seven sequels and two television adaptations
Initial film credit, assistant director on "The Counterfeit Traitor", directed by George Seaton
Played trumpet with bands in New York
Was in charge of physical production in Europe for United Artists
Abandoned low-brow comedies to co-produce Fred Schepisi's "The Russia House"
First film as producer (also writer), "Il castello dei morti vivi/Castle of the Living Dead"
Initial TV production, the ABC movie "The Gun and the Pulpit"
Produced first project, a live jazz concert starring Jimmy Witherspoon (date approximate)
Produced the Emmy-nominated TV miniseries, "King" (NBC)
Served as creative supervisor and executive producer of the syndicated an animated "Police Academy: The Series"
Was one of the producers of the ill-fated US-USSR co-production "The Blue Bird", directed by George Cukor
Worked in Europe as production manager
Revived "Police Academy: The Series" as a syndicated live action show
Sold AM radio advertising space in Kansas City and worked for a band