Larry Wilcox (I)

Actor | Producer | Director
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KNOWN FOR 
CHiPs (1977-1983) | The Ray Bradbury Theatre (1985-1992) | Death of a Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story (1981)
AWARDS 
1 win & 3 nominations More »
BORN 
Aug 8, 1947 (age 70)
HEIGHT 
5' 11" (1.80m)
GUILDS *
AFTRA | WGA | SAG | DGA  Less
WORK HISTORY *
Commercial | Theater | Radio | Film | Voice Over | Television  Less
JOB TYPES *
Producing | Directing | Acting | Writing  Less
CITIZENSHIP *
US (with valid passport) (Authorized to work in United States)
UNPAID WORK *
Not willing to work unpaid
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Past Film & Video (9 titles)YEARBUDGETUS Gross / WORLDWIDE
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  • Primary photo for Cowboys and HeroesCowboys and Heroes (TV Series) Director (1 episode, 2015), Producer (1 episode, 2015)  Less 2015 1
    • Tombstone (2015) Director, Producer (2015)  Less
  • Primary photo for 30 Rock30 Rock (TV Series) Larry Wilcox (1 episode, 2009)  Less 2009 1
  • Primary photo for E! True Hollywood StoryE! True Hollywood Story (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1999), Special Thanks (1 episode, 1999)  Less 1999 1
    • CHiPs (Dec 26, 1999) Himself, Special Thanks  Less
  • Primary photo for CHiPs '99CHiPs '99 (TV Movie) Capt. Jon Baker, Producer  Less 1998
  • Primary photo for ProfilerProfiler (TV Series) Deputy Clark (1 episode, 1998)  Less 1998 1
  • Primary photo for Pacific BluePacific Blue (TV Series) Nate Calley (1 episode, 1997)  Less 1997 1
  • Primary photo for ABC Afterschool SpecialsABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series) Howard Cooper (1 episode, 1994)  Less 1994 1
  • Primary photo for FBI: The Untold StoriesFBI: The Untold Stories (TV Series) Bob Jones (1 episode, 1993)  Less 1993 1
  • Primary photo for Murder, She WroteMurder, She Wrote (TV Series) Floyd Bigelow / Dave Hastings / Boone Talbot / Andy Crane (4 episodes, 1986)  Less 1986–1992 4
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  • Primary photo for The Ray Bradbury TheaterThe Ray Bradbury Theater (TV Series) Executive Producer (62 episodes, 1985), Executive Producer (Wilcox Productions, Inc.) (2 episodes, 1985)  Less 1985–1992 64
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  • Primary photo for MacGyverMacGyver (TV Series) Minton (1 episode, 1991)  Less 1991 1
  • Primary photo for Rich Men, Single WomenRich Men, Single Women (TV Movie) Mark  Less 1990
  • Primary photo for Perry Mason: The Case of the Avenging AcePerry Mason: The Case of the Avenging Ace (TV Movie) Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Parks  Less 1988
  • Primary photo for AdderlyAdderly (TV Series) Jeff (1 episode, 1987)  Less 1987 1
  • Primary photo for MatlockMatlock (TV Series) Lester Matthews (1 episode, 1987)  Less 1987 1
  • Primary photo for Mike HammerMike Hammer (TV Series) Sonny Timmons (1 episode, 1987)  Less 1987 1
  • Primary photo for The Love BoatThe Love Boat (TV Series) Larry Davis / Wayne Dobson (2 episodes, 1980)  Less 1980–1986 2
  • Primary photo for The Dirty Dozen: Next MissionThe Dirty Dozen: Next Mission (TV Movie) Tommy Wells  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for HotelHotel (TV Series) Phil Lawrence / Brad Koburg (2 episodes, 1984)  Less 1984 2
    • Ideals (Dec 12, 1984) Phil Lawrence  Less
    • Memories (Feb 29, 1984) Brad Koburg  Less
  • Primary photo for Hardcastle and McCormickHardcastle and McCormick (TV Series) E.J. Corlette (1 episode, 1984)  Less 1984 1
  • Primary photo for Fantasy IslandFantasy Island (TV Series) Christopher Marshall (1 episode, 1984)  Less 1984 1
  • Primary photo for CHiPsCHiPs (TV Series) Officer Jon Baker (116 episodes, 1977), Director (2 episodes, 1979), Location Manager (France) (1 episode, 1983)  Less 1977–1983 117
    • Fun House (Mar 13, 1983) Location Manager (France)  Less
    • Force Seven (May 23, 1982) Officer Jon Baker  Less
    • K-9-1 (May 9, 1982) Officer Jon Baker  Less
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  • Primary photo for Deadly LessonsDeadly Lessons (TV Movie) Det. Russ Kemper  Less 1983
  • Primary photo for Death of a Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten StoryDeath of a Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story (TV Movie) Executive Producer  Less 1981
  • Primary photo for The Love TapesThe Love Tapes (TV Movie) Marty (uncredited)  Less 1980
  • Primary photo for 3-2-1 Contact3-2-1 Contact (TV Series) Jon Baker (1 episode, 1980)  Less 1980 1
  • Primary photo for The Last Ride of the Dalton GangThe Last Ride of the Dalton Gang (TV Movie) Emmet Dalton  Less 1979
  • Primary photo for DisneylandDisneyland (TV Series) Beech Carter / Phil Wilcox (4 episodes, 1973)  Less 1973–1978 4
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  • Primary photo for RelentlessRelentless (TV Movie) Buck  Less 1977
  • Primary photo for M*A*S*HM*A*S*H (TV Series) Corporal Mulligan (1 episode, 1977)  Less 1977 1
  • Primary photo for The Streets of San FranciscoThe Streets of San Francisco (TV Series) George Morgan (2 episodes, 1973)  Less 1973–1976 2
  • Primary photo for Sky HeistSky Heist (TV Movie) Deputy Jim Schiller  Less 1975
  • Primary photo for Death StalkDeath Stalk (TV Movie) Roy 'Jody' Joad  Less 1975
  • Primary photo for Lucas TannerLucas Tanner (TV Series) Chuck Grainger (1 episode, 1975)  Less 1975 1
  • Primary photo for Hawaii Five-OHawaii Five-O (TV Series) Mike (1 episode, 1974)  Less 1974 1
  • Primary photo for Sorority KillSorority Kill (TV Movie) Actor  Less 1974
  • Primary photo for Police StoryPolice Story (TV Series) Freddie Archer (1 episode, 1973)  Less 1973 1
  • Primary photo for The Partridge FamilyThe Partridge Family (TV Series) Feder (1 episode, 1973)  Less 1973 1
  • Primary photo for The Girl Most Likely to...The Girl Most Likely to... (TV Movie) Moose Myers  Less 1973
  • Primary photo for CannonCannon (TV Series) Tressider (1 episode, 1973)  Less 1973 1
  • Primary photo for LassieLassie (TV Series) Dale Holden / Dale / Dale Mitchell (24 episodes, 1971)  Less 1971–1973 24
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  • Primary photo for Room 222Room 222 (TV Series) Bruno / Denny (2 episodes, 1971)  Less 1971–1973 2
  • Primary photo for The Great American Beauty ContestThe Great American Beauty Contest (TV Movie) Joe Bunch  Less 1973
  • Primary photo for The Man and the CityThe Man and the City (TV Series) Actor (1 episode, 1971)  Less 1971 1
  • Primary photo for Mr. and Mrs. Bo Jo JonesMr. and Mrs. Bo Jo Jones (TV Movie) Charlie Saunders  Less 1971
Self (25 titles)YEARBUDGETUS Gross / WORLDWIDE
  • Primary photo for Inside EditionInside Edition (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 2017)  Less 2017
  • Primary photo for Battle of the Network StarsBattle of the Network Stars (TV Mini-series) Himself - Contestant (1 episode, 2017)  Less 2017
  • Primary photo for The Ask BonBon ShowThe Ask BonBon Show (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 2015)  Less 2015
  • Primary photo for Entertainment TonightEntertainment Tonight (TV Series) Himself - CHiPs / Himself - Chips (2 episodes, 2014)  Less 2014
  • Primary photo for Whatever Happened To?Whatever Happened To? (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 2008)  Less 2008
  • Primary photo for The 3rd Annual TV Land AwardsThe 3rd Annual TV Land Awards (TV Special) Himself  Less 2005
  • Primary photo for E! True Hollywood StoryE! True Hollywood Story (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1999)  Less 1999
    • CHiPs (Dec 26, 1999) Himself  Less
  • Primary photo for The Daily ShowThe Daily Show (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1998)  Less 1998
  • Primary photo for Vicki!Vicki! (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1992)  Less 1992
  • Primary photo for Mickey Thompson: Man in the Steel CageMickey Thompson: Man in the Steel Cage Himself - Host  Less 1985
  • Primary photo for Tom Cottle: Up CloseTom Cottle: Up Close (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1982)  Less 1982
  • Primary photo for AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Frank CapraAFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Frank Capra (TV Special) Himself (uncredited)  Less 1982
  • Primary photo for The 34th Annual Directors Guild AwardsThe 34th Annual Directors Guild Awards (TV Special) Himself  Less 1982
  • Primary photo for The Steve Allen Comedy HourThe Steve Allen Comedy Hour (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1980)  Less 1980
  • Primary photo for Bob Hope's All-Star Look at TV's Prime Time WarsBob Hope's All-Star Look at TV's Prime Time Wars Himself  Less 1980
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  • Primary photo for Battle of the Network Stars VIIIBattle of the Network Stars VIII (TV Special) Himself - NBC Team  Less 1980
  • Primary photo for The Alan Hamel ShowThe Alan Hamel Show (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1980)  Less 1980
  • Primary photo for The Merv Griffin ShowThe Merv Griffin Show (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1979)  Less 1979
  • Primary photo for Battle of the Network Stars VIBattle of the Network Stars VI (TV Special) Himself - NBC Team  Less 1979
  • Primary photo for Dinah!Dinah! (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1979)  Less 1979
  • Primary photo for EverydayEveryday (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 1979)  Less 1979
  • Primary photo for The Hollywood Squares (Daytime)The Hollywood Squares (Daytime) (TV Series) Himself - Panelist (1 episode, 1978)  Less 1978
  • Primary photo for Battle of the Network Stars IVBattle of the Network Stars IV (TV Special) Himself - NBC Team  Less 1978
  • Primary photo for Battle of the Network Stars IIIBattle of the Network Stars III (TV Special) Himself - NBC Team  Less 1977
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  • Primary photo for Entertainment TonightEntertainment Tonight (TV Series) Himself - CHiPs (1 episode, 2014)  Less 2014
  • Primary photo for E! True Hollywood StoryE! True Hollywood Story (TV Series) Himself (1 episode, 2001)  Less 2001
    • Miami Vice (Mar 21, 2001) Himself (archive footage)  Less
  • Primary photo for CHiPsCHiPs (TV Series) Officer Jon Baker (1 episode, 1979)  Less 1979

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    |LARRY WILCOX – Distribution Tech; SAG, WGA, DGA |
    | |
    |Organizational Leadership skills; People Skills; |
    |Creative Problem Solving Skills, Critical Thinking |
    |skills,. Negotiation skills, Content Marketing |
    |skills, PPM/Capital Raising Skills, filmmaking |
    |skills |
    | |
    |2012 -2013- Digital Cross Platform Distribution-all |
    |content to all screens; cloud or server based, 57 |
    |languages, rule based, tiered access; |
    | |
    |April 2013- Interface with digital signage |
    |distribution for UK Soccer Clubs along with content |
    |distribution and marketing. |
    | |
    |April 2013- Interface with the most popular LinkedIn|
    |site and build out Content Distribution Network- the|
    |UN of Parenting |
    | |
    |March 2013- build out digital distribution platform |
    |with chain of custody integrated for Digital |
    |Security and Public Safety Apps. |
    | |
    |Dec 2012- kick off of Cross Platform Digital |
    |Distribution Software- |
    |www.saratogaentertainment.com while doing the UN |
    |event in Qatar on Global Warming. |
    | |
    |Jan 2013- set up multiple cameras in major sports |
    |centers to capture and broadcast to all screens |
    |major sponsored competitions. |
    | |
    |Jan 2013 – sign contract with advertisers who want |
    |to be able to distribute their content to ALL |
    |screens including digital signage. |
    | |
    |Jan 2013 – strategically align with Big Box Retail |
    |Manufacturing Distributor so that we can deliver |
    |education, advertising and promotion to all screens |
    |for retailers and manufacturers. |
    | |
    |Larry Wilcox – Entertainment Industry – SAG, WGA, |
    |DGA |
    | |
    |Jan 2013- Producer with Cy Chermak – |
    |www.blockwatchseries.com |
    | |
    |Dec 2013 – Actor – Feature film – A Tale of Two |
    |Cities |
    | |
    |Nov 2012 Produced, Wrote and Directed Comedy Reality|
    |TV Series- Gold Diggers |
    | |
    |Sept 2012 – Produced and Directed CHIPS Reunion – an|
    |E Special |
    | |
    |August 2012 – Produced, Wrote, and Directed DUPED |
    |for TV |
    | |
    |July 2012 – Optioned TV Series Concept – POINTS – |
    |Action Drama |
    | |
    |June 2012- Completed Animation and Commercials for |
    |Corp Clients |
    | |
    | |
    | |
    |LARRY WILCOX- There are those who believe that in |
    |show business, it's easier to be unreasonably famous|
    |for a year than it is to be merely successful for |
    |thirty.  Larry Wilcox has seen show business from |
    |all sides - as an actor, producer, writer and |
    |director. He not only survived his fame as co-star |
    |of one of the most popular television shows of the |
    |early 1980s, but he has turned his five year stint |
    |on CHiP's into an enduring professional career on |
    |both sides of the camera, finding solutions both in |
    |and out of show business. |
    |Nearly thirty years after CHiP's debuted on NBC, |
    |Wilcox is still an articulate, intelligent talent |
    |with a gravelly Wyoming accent. Wilcox's portrayal |
    |of CHP Officer Jon Baker drew from his own |
    |background; like Wilcox, Jon was a quiet but driven |
    |country boy making good in the big city. In fact, |
    |Wilcox was born in California but moved to Wyoming |
    |as an infant. Raised by a single mother (along with |
    |two brothers and a sister), he remembers that the |
    |family had to work hard to make ends meet. One of my|
    |most proud days as a youngster was the day that I |
    |got hired - I was twelve years old and I got a JOB! |
    |I worked in the summer on a sheep and cattle ranches|
    |and slept in covered chuck wagons and in the |
    |mountains in a real teepee. While he attributes his|
    |Mother's influence to his "sensitive" side, the |
    |introspective man remembers Wyoming as tough, where |
    |the environment beckoned you and mankind slapped |
    |you.  |
    |Moving out to California after his freshman year of |
    |college, Wilcox contemplated a career in music until|
    |an acting coach encouraged him to try performing. |
    |Soon, however, Wilcox joined the best, the Marines |
    |(like his older brother). Although he was offered a |
    |stint as a Marine Officer it required a 6-year |
    |additional enlistment and Wilcox decided not to |
    |accept Marine Officer Training School and to pursue |
    |foreign languages and embassy duty as an enlisted |
    |man. The day of his departure, his orders were |
    |fouled up and he was sent to Vietnam during the Tet |
    |Offensive, where he was part of a recon team |
    |inserted with a T-16 survey piece of equipment |
    |mapping the mountain tops and jungle for future fire|
    |bases where he also worked his math and slide rule |
    |magic in a Fire Direction Control Center. After his|
    |meritorious awards and honorable discharge, he |
    |returned to Los Angeles and attended college, where |
    |he Double-majored in Pre-Med and Drama. Thus began a|
    |pattern of balance that would recur throughout |
    |Wilcox's career - economic security versus |
    |right-brain creativity."  he calls it now.  He was |
    |applied to Medical schools in Nebraska and Texas but|
    |decided that acting was more fun (indulgent) and |
    |more lucrative at this young reckless age. |
    |Wilcox' first break competing against 300 actors was|
    |being cast as Dale Mitchell in the syndicated series|
    |"LASSIE" in 1972. Wilcox had a voracious appetite |
    |for information, and he stated, it wasn’t just the |
    |acting that was exciting as "I used to show up on |
    |the set with my Bolex camera and annoy the camera |
    |guys with elementary questions like what kind of |
    |f-stop, how could I increase grain and push film, |
    |how many ND Filters, and shutter speed I should |
    |use," he remembers with a chuckle. After "Lassie," |
    |Wilcox got a number of guest starring roles on |
    |popular series (NBC,ABC, CBS) such as "M*A*S*H," |
    |"Hawaii Five-O" and "The Streets of San Francisco"  |
    |“Love Boat”, and starred in several movies for |
    |Disney, MGM and FOX, like “Dirty Dozen” “ The Dalton|
    |Gang”, “AeroBureau”, “The Last Hard Men” “Mission |
    |Manilla” and others. |
    |When "CHiPs" first premiered in 1977, it starred |
    |Wilcox and newcomer Erik Estrada (as Officer Frank  |
    |"Ponch" Poncharello). At first, the show was more in|
    |the vein of "Adam 12" or other police dramas; after |
    |the first season, however, the show took on a |
    |glossier, more elaborate style. "CHiPs" soared |
    |in the Nielsen’s as Estrada and Wilcox became TVs |
    |most popular crime fighting duo - albeit against |
    |the glamorous backdrop of southern California. |
    |Roller disco, hang gliding and go-carts seemed to |
    |be plotlines as much as car theft rings, drunk |
    |drivers or freeway accidents. As the series |
    |progressed, Wilcox began to grow frustrated with his|
    |role and yearned for growth and intellectual |
    |stimulation, thus, being more creatively involved |
    |with the series.  As he did on "Lassie," he would |
    |bring his own camera to the set and work on new ways|
    |of shooting from the Kawasaki motorcycles that were |
    |Ponch and Jon's primary mode of transportation. It |
    |was as a result of his vision and tenacity that some|
    |of the cool Point of View camera angles were |
    |instituted. He states, I was simply searching for |
    |tools to enhance the experience of the viewer and |
    |hopefully adding longevity to this high paying job |
    |that had little intellectual stimulation. |
    |Ultimately, Wilcox directed two of the series |
    |highest-rated episodes ("Ride the Whirlwind" and |
    |"Tow Truck Lady").  "I'm the kind of person who just|
    |likes to participate creatively regardless of the |
    |credit," he admits, “ Industrious and tenacious, |
    |Larry wrote episodes, filmed on weekends shows |
    |concepts that were later used, and also convinced |
    |the producers to “Let him direct.'"  |
    |After he left "CHiPs" in 1982, Wilcox quickly moved |
    |into producing. He aggressively pursued the |
    |rights to "THE DOROTHY STRATTON STORY" which starred|
    |Jamie Lee Curtis, and which Wilcox produced for |
    |NBC.  The surgically precise negotiations that |
    |Wilcox won over Hugh Hefner, NBC and MGM were very |
    |delicate and aggressive, sometimes warranting all |
    |night negotiations and investigatory work. He |
    |consummated the rights to the story within 48 hours |
    |while others slept. The story of the Playboy model |
    |murdered by her boyfriend was an all-too-familiar |
    |tragedy to Wilcox, whose own sister had been |
    |murdered by her husband. Wilcox went on to produce |
    |and direct commercials, specials and TV series. In |
    |six weeks he made 8 deals at MGM. During this same |
    |period of time Wilcox flew to the UK and acquired |
    |the rights to The YORKSHIRE RIPPER and sold that to |
    |MGM. He then began to branch out with his “studio |
    |networks” and sold The WOLFMAN JACK STORY to |
    |COLUMBIA Pictures. |
    |Wilcox also developed; executive produced and |
    |directed the multiple ACE-Award winning TV Series |
    |"The Ray Bradbury Theater," which as a result of |
    |Wilcox’s leadership ran on HBO and the USA network |
    |for five years with reruns thereafter.  He |
    |negotiated the deals with HBO, and the Treaty |
    |countries and their special tax allowance programs |
    |that demanded critical thinking skills. Eventually |
    |Wilcox had found ways to produce these shows with |
    |foreign investment and tax incentives by taking |
    |advantage of the currency play and producing the |
    |episodes in France, England, Canada, and New |
    |Zealand. Wilcox states the intangible asset |
    |enhancement that took place was almost as exciting |
    |as the standard GAP P&Ls and Balance Sheets. These |
    |were multi- million dollar productions with |
    |logistics and budgets for 60-100 employees around |
    |the world. His quantitative analysis skills were |
    |very beneficial. |
    |Wilcox went on to produce and develop the major |
    |motion picture, FLIPPER that Universal Pictures |
    |released. In retrospect,Wilcox directed the |
    |contract lawyers with protective language and as a |
    |result he added longevity and profit from what would|
    |have been a futile project. He subsequently |
    |produced the Lil CHiPs pilot for a TV series. His |
    |leadership dogma and the tenacious team of critical |
    |thinkers along with strategic team members he picks |
    |seem to perpetuate success. |
    |Again, Wilcox' life has always seemed to balance |
    |between show business and other business concerns. |
    |Wilcox states that acting was a fun lark as a young |
    |indulgent male searching for identity solutions in |
    |life. He says, “I feel so lucky I was able to ride |
    |the merry- go- round that most people dream about |
    |but never get the opportunity and if they do, it is |
    |later in life and it is sometimes construed as a |
    |poor and untimely reflection” The film business |
    |was a great lesson in business combat and what it |
    |takes to survive. If you ask Wilcox to write a |
    |Private Placement Memorandum he has done it many |
    |times; if you ask him to present to a group of |
    |analysts he will do it with an eloquent flair; if |
    |you ask him to present to Investment Bankers he |
    |knows in detail the requirements before the game |
    |starts; and if you ask him to stay late and finish a|
    |project, he will lead the team by working right next|
    |to each of them. |
    |Wilcox spends his “off time”, with his family, |
    |including wife Marlene Harmon Wilcox (a former |
    |member of the Olympic track team) and children |
    |Wendy, Derek, Heidi, Ryan and Chad. "Family is very |
    |important to me because that is the footprint we |
    |perpetuate," he says philosophically. "That is the |
    |Ripple' in the water when the rock first impacts the|
    |pool, and it is those waves, that energy that one |
    |produces, which often dictate our signature and our |
    |resonance"  |
    |  Even so many years later, Wilcox is somewhat |
    |stunned by the recognition he gets for "CHiPs." "I |
    |went to the graduation of a friend's son from |
    |Annapolis and it was like I was a VIP," he recalls. |
    |"At another evening I got off the plane in Brazil |
    |once and there were 40,000 fans waiting for me." |
    |Wilcox admits that such recognition is "a sweet |
    |panacea that becomes bitter with large doses." "The |
    |respect I really want is simple and comes from my |
    |family, and my close friends who understand deeply |
    |the word, loyalty." |
    |As an actor and producer doing the CHiPs reunion in |
    |1998 Wilcox states. "It was wonderful to see the |
    |sparkle in my little boys' eyes when I put on |
    |the CHP uniform I was their John Wayne for a day and|
    |for them to go into Toys- R-Us and see their own Dad|
    |as an Action Figure." “I am very grateful for the |
    |experience and the memories the film business has |
    |afforded me. I hope the sparkle in my boy’s eyes is|
    |now reflected in my excited but older eyes. |
    |For the last decade Wilcox has been setting up VISA |
    |banking solutions and payroll cards in West Africa |
    |and recently set up a precious gem mining business. |
    |He is presently is working on multiple TV projects |
    |including a documentary on at-risk youth titled |
    |Flowers and Gardeners. He just completed shooting |
    |for Mitsubishi in April of 2012 and began shooting |
    |immediately a documentary about Land Grabs and Civil|
    |Liberties. He also just shot a Pilot and Sizzle |
    |Reel (wrote, produced and Directed) called GOLD |
    |DIGGERS and is in discussions with Networks. He is |
    |also producing and directing a CHIPS Special in |
    |September 2012. |
    |Today, 2012, Wilcox is providing a very unique cross|
    |platform digital distribution management solution |
    |for all verticals including the entertainment |
    |business. Wilcox states that ingesting all |
    |protocols and then selecting the screen they will be|
    |delivered to, and then optimizing the content for |
    |that screen is where distribution is going. Video |
    |production is taking up the majority of all online |
    |business and will continue to grow in sales in |
    |double digits. Retail, Medical, Education, |
    |Manufacturing and Entertainment are primed to |
    |utilize cross platform solutions. Creating a |
    |content marketing strategy and distributing that |
    |content will define longevity for most businesses in|
    |the next five years |
    |Wilcox, a solid family man indulges in a myriad of |
    |hobbies, including basketball, rodeo, WW II |
    |aircraft, reading philosophy, psychology, guitar, |
    |and biographies of American business icons while |
    |being a life long student of parenting and |
    |psychology. |
    |Wilcox was a former professional race car driver for|
    |the SCCA, and also set 8 International Land Speed |
    |Records at the Bonneville Salt Flats. He also raced|
    |off road and placed 4th in a Class 8 Ford Truck in |
    |the famous Baja 1000. He was a member of the |
    |Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and competed |
    |in professional rodeos around the country. He is a|
    |private pilot and enjoys flying in formation with |
    |other “like minded” pilots. In 2002 Wilcox was |
    |invited by the department of Commerce in Washington |
    |D.C. to sit on the emerging technology board. He has|
    |also been a provocative speaker at veteran events. |
    |Wilcox consistently exhibits the critical thinking |
    |skills that will impress his audience and his peers |
    |whether he is negotiating an International Deal with|
    |Tax Credits or Presenting to a group of analysts on |
    |performance metrics. |
    |Wilcox still enjoys studying international |
    |photography, lighting, technology, marketing, the |
    |psychology of parenting and writing essays. He has|
    |long been a collector of French Burgundy wines or |
    |its counterpart, California Pinot Noirs, and staying|
    |up with the technology of reconfigurable computers |
    |and field programmable gate arrays. He is |
    |articulate, intelligent and completely candid in his|
    |interviews, and a fascinating and rich subject for |
    |anyone interested in a deeper conversation about |
    |philosophy, juvenile justice, psychology, television|
    |history, Vietnam, manhood, etymology, or simply the |
    |story of a very introspective, sensitive and |
    |gracious leader who has refused to let fame, |
    |perceptions or celebrity get in the way of hard |
    |work. His friends and family know him as extremely |
    |loyal, honest, philanthropic and someone with a |
    |voracious work ethic! When asked what he likes in |
    |people he said….humility, transparency and hard work|
    |with a good attitude! |
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