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A FRESH York indigenous who visited college for accounting and traded in his CPA to find yourself in TV Creation. Katz was employed by previous NBC Sports professional, Don Ohlmeyer, and quickly became the creation manager for most of Ohlmeyer’s events. Katz moved to LA in 1987 and worked for just one season around the CBS late-night series, The surface of the Pops. From then on, NBC recruited Katz and delivered him to Korea to technology manage the 1988 Summertime Olympic Video games where he received an Emmy Prize. After time for the states, Katz was hired by animation giant Hanna-Barbera where he caused company president David Kirschner. Not only is it the studio’s creation manager, Katz published shows for Captain World and Swat Kats. Kirschner after that moved Katz to the feature computer animation division to create, Pet cats Don’t Dance, that was written by Warner Bros. After removing four years to create screenplays, Katz wrote, created and directed, MAY I Play?, a brief film starring Talia Shire that garnered multiple honours on the event circuit. Today Katz works Radcliffe Road Photos which makes infomercials, advertisements, documentaries, award displays and “just about whatever interests me personally,” he says. Right now he can create a task and view it creatively completely post production.
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