Charles B. Moss
Charles B. Moss, Jr. is the third generation of a family-run, century-old real estate and entertainment company based in Manhattan, with offices in Colorado. Charley, as he likes to be called, is the grandson of the legendary vaudeville impresario, B.S. Moss, and the son of Charles B. Moss, Sr., a radio and television producer and movie theater owner.
Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, he produced both feature-length films and Broadway theater shows Today, Charley and his son, Ben Moss, make up Bow Tie Partners, a real estate and entertainment company that continues the Moss family tradition of successful entrepreneurial ventures.
Charley graduated from the University of Pennsylvania before earning an L.L.B. from the Boston University School of Law. He then attended the Harvard University Masters of Law Program and graduated from the Harvard Business School’s Executive Education program. The first job Charley held in the film industry was as a production assistant for E.U.E. Screen Gems. Charley has served on the Board of Directors of Showscan Entertainment, Inc., a publicly traded, multimedia entertainment company producing simulated film rides. He was also a Director of Robins Cinemas, a British company that owns and operates movie theaters in the United Kingdom. He is the President of the New York chapter of Variety - The Children's Charity and is Chairman of The Toronto International Film Festival Group Foundation.