Student, Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts, 1939-1940; student, Pratt Institute, 1945-1946; student, Art Center College Design, 1946-1947.
Assistant art director, Dozier, Graham, Eastman, Los Angeles, 1948-1949; art director, Edward J. Robinson, Los Angeles, 1949-1950; art director, Anderson-McConnell, Los Angeles, 1950-1953; art director, creative director, Calkins & Holden, New York City, Los Angeles, 1953-1963; president, owner, George Rappaport Graphic Design Cons., Los Angeles, 1963-1967; head creative television group, Carson/Roberts, Los Angeles, 1967-1970; managing director, Lee Lacy, Ltd., London, 1970-1972; founder, Chairman of the Board, Multi Media Presentations, Culver City, California, 1972-1985; retired, 1985. Bass player Trenton Symphony, 1937-1941, Master of Computer Applications Orchestra, 1944-1945.
Served with United States Air Force, 1941-1944. Member Los Angeles Art Directors Club (life member, president 1956-1957, medal 1964, 65), Society Art Center College of Design Alumni (president 1962-1963), National Academy Jazz (president 1987-1988), Academy television Arts and Sciences.
Married Mary Virginia Page, June 11, 1947. Children: Robert Davis, Ross Lee.