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Public relations executive

Laurence Charles Bloustein, American public relations executive. Recipient Longtime Service Recording For the Blind, Hollywood, California, 1984, Highest Fundraiser award, APLA, Los Angeles, 1989, 90, Top Fundraiser, 1988, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, Distinguished Service, Toys for Tots Campaigns, San Diego, 1984.

Background

Bloustein, Laurence Charles was born on September 22, 1949 in New York City. Son of Oscar Arthur and Jeanne Rita (Caplin) Bloustein.

Education

AB, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1971. Master of Arts, Hartford Seminary, Connecticut, 1973. Graduate credits, University of Southern California Department of Cinema, 1975.

Career

Senior vice president public relations Media Technology Monitor Enterprises Inc., Los Angeles, 1974-1990. President Laurence Bloustein Puerto Rico, 1990-1991. Vice president, public relations Wm.

Morris Agency Inc., since 1991.

Membership

Studio representative Permanent Charities Commission of Entertainment Industries, Los Angeles, 1985-1990. Member television Public Executives Commission, Recording for the Blind, San Fernando Valley Commission Mental Health Centers, Entertainment Publicists Professor Society, Entertainment Industries Council.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cinema, theater, literature, volunteering.

Connections

father:
Oscar Arthur Bloustein

mother:
Jeanne Rita (Caplin) Bloustein