Bachelor, Princeton University, 1967; Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1970.
Security analyst, Poor's Intercapital, American Diversified Enterprises, 1970-1973; senior corporation officer, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc., 1973-1979; investor, real estate executive, 1979-1980; chief executive, independent film production company, 1980-1982; managing director merchant banking, Paribas N. American, 1985-1987; investor, chief executive, Broad Street Television Corporation, 1987-1992.
Board trustees Temple Israel, New York City. Founding member Museum Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Member visiting committee, chairperson program subcom The New School Social Research, New York City.
Board advisory The World Policy Institute. Board of trustees, capital fellow Simon Wiesenthal Center, Los Angeles. Member Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association (board directors, executive nominating and program committee, member board The Caring Neighbor).
Married Frances F.L. Beatty, April 20, 1985. Children: Alexander Howell Lewis, Anthony Beatty.