Graduate, Stanford University, 1960; graduate law school, Harvard University, 1963.
Deputy attorney general, State of California, San Francisco, 1963-1964;
legal associate, Lillick McHose Wheat Adams & Charles, San Francisco, 1964-1965;
Corporate Counsel, director, National Convenience Stores, Houston, 1965-1967;
vice president, Corporate Counsel, United Artists Theatre Circuit Inc., San Francisco, 1967-1975;
owner, Festival Enterprises Inc., Walnut Creek, California, 1970-1986;
owner, Regency Enterprises, Danville, California, since 1986;
Chairman, Board Of Directors, Lakeside Inn & Casino, Stateline, Nevada, since 1985. President Kartozian Family Foundation, since 1986. Commissioner California State Film Commission, 1988-1994.
Board directors National Film Preservation Board.
Member State of California Industrial Welfare Commission Amusement and Recreation Industires Wage Board, 1975-1980. Trustee Variety Club Blind Babies Foundation, 1979-1994, vice president, 1980-1982, president, 1982-1985, president, 1991-1994. Member National Association Theatre Owners (board directors 1976-1986, vice president 1980-1986, president since 1988), Theatre Association California Inc.
(board directors 1972-1986, vice president 1974-1975,president 1975-1979, Chairman, Board Of Directors 1979-1981), Theatre Employers Association (chairman 1973-1976), Commonwealth Club California, Blackhawk Country Club.