I started making movies with my friends as soon as my parents brought home a betamax camcorder. At the height of my film-making career, at age 18, I bravely submitted my feature comedic works to all of my top college choices and, to my surprise, was rejected by all of them. But my redemption arrived one fateful morning when my film clips appeared on the Today Show, which was featuring the new trend of kids sending in self-made movies to colleges! "Truly bizarre," was the formal feedback from humorless anchorman and taste-maker Bryant Gumbel, and for which I am forever proud.
I took a hiatus for 30-odd years to make a career in business and construction, and to raise a brood of young-uns. But they're off to school now, the nest is emptying, and I'm jumping back into the movie business!