Student, University of California at Los Angeles, 1951-1954.
Stuntman Hollywood (California) studios, 1952-1956. Episodic television writer, assistant to production chief Four Star Productions, North Hollywood, California, 1956-1959. Writer, producer, director The Legend of Billy the Kid Republic Studios, 1958.
Writer, producer, director worlds fair presentation American Pavillion, The Quick Draw Theatre, Seattle and New York City, 1962, 66. Writer, producer, director musical comedies, wrote 30 original songs with music by Max Showalter Go For Your Gun, London, 1962. Writer, producer, director museum comedy shows, wrote 33 origianl songs with music by Shorty Rogers That Certain Girl, Las Vegas, 1967.
Writer, producer, director museum shows Belle Starr, London, 1968. Writer, producer, director museum shows, wrote 30 original songs with music by Steve Allen The Piece-Full Palace, Las Vegas, 1969. Writer, producer, director World's Fair presentation in American Pavillion Cowboys, Cowgirls & Kata, Osaka, Japan, 1970.
President Sanford International Entertainment, Inc., Las Vegas, since 1978. Freelance writer, producer, director, since 1981. Entertainment director Del E. Webb Corporation, Las Vegas, 1961-1969.
Lecturer, visiting professor University Nevada, Las Vegas, since 1985.
Appointed commander National Constable Association, 1985. Member American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, National Counter Intelligence Association (invited), National Orchestra Leaders Association, Kentucky Colonels Association (invited), Nevada Motion Picture and television Board(appointed to advising committee by Governor Richard Bryan 1987), Dirs. Guild American.
Children: Mark, Morgan, Martin, Aaron, Erik. Married Marianne Marks, October, 1979.