Harold Gaba

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Harold Gaba (born January 22, 1946, in Oakland) was the CEO and president of Act III Communications Holdings, L.P, a U.S. film production company.


Gaba received a bachelor's degree in finance at the University of California, Berkeley where he was member of the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and a master's degree in finance at the University of California, Los Angeles.


His career began in 1967 with a position as research analyst at William O'Neil and Company. Gaba began his longtime association with Norman Lear in 1974 when he joined Lear, Bud Yorkin and A. Jerrold Perenchio at Tandem Productions as an acquisitions consultant. In partnership with Lear in 1990, Gaba became president and chief executive of ACT III Communications, a multimedia holding company with interests in broadcasting, exhibition theater, publishing, motion pictures and music. In 1999, Lear and Gaba became co-owners of Concord Records, which was originally founded as a small jazz label in Concord, California in 1973. Gaba also served on the board of directors for World Trade Bank, Union Rescue Mission, Univision Communications Corporation, the Henry Mancini Institute and the Curtis School. He also was part of the executive committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science. On March 9, 2009, Gaba died from a form of prostate cancer called small cell...
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