The Television Motion Picture Car Club is a private organization where those who work in or are associated with the television, motion picture, music, radio, sports and motorsports industries can get together, connect with old friends, make new ones and share their passion for the automobile. Founded in 2009 by entertainment industry insiders, the TMPCC is one of the most unique and publicized car clubs on the planet. We have been featured on numerous radio shows, television programs, in newspapers, magazines and social media worldwide. The continued success of the club can be attributed to the dedicated and hard working individuals listed below.

President and Founder

Ken grew up in Illinois during the muscle car era of the 1960’s. In the 1970’s he raced cars at drag strips in the Midwest and worked as a mechanic on a rear engine dragster team before making his move into the world of entertainment. He started his television career in 1979 at a Post Production house in Chicago. A few years later he was recruited to work at NBC and then received a job offer from CBS Television City in Hollywood, California, where he edited shows, specials and promos over a period of more than two decades. He became a Supervisor in 2007 and is responsible for overseeing a talented team of editors who format the shows for the CBS and CW (CBS/Warner Brothers) Television Networks. Being a serious car guy, Ken realized the entertainment industry never had a car club, so he founded the TMPCC.

Vice President

Cliff graduated from the Institute of Audio Research in New York City and became the Chief Audio Mastering Engineer for RKO Pictures. A few years later he moved into video editing and became a supervisor at Pioneer Video, eventually moving on to become a DVD and Blu-ray Producer at Image Entertainment. Cliff is a Saturn Award Winner and currently freelances in production, as well as being an actor, voice over artist and television host. When it comes to cars, Cliff is a serious hot rodder. His white 1923 Ford T Bucket can be seen driving around town, on display at local cruise nights or at our TMPCC events. Cliff is also working to finish his next project, a 1955 Chevrolet 210 that we look forward to seeing at a future club event.

Director: Celebrity and Studio Relations

Glen hails from the suburbs of Chicago and spent most of his time in the acting conservatories of Chicago and London before moving to Los Angeles. His path led to a career supplying audio and video equipment to the television and motion picture industries. Glen is a serious car guy who performed a ground up restoration on his numbers matching 1966 428 cubic inch tri-power Pontiac GTO, which has won numerous awards since its completion. In December of 2012 Glen represented the club on the television series “Beverly Hills Pawn” selling a classic 1970 Camaro from the motion picture “21 Jump Street”.

Sponsorship Coordinator

Ed is a veteran actor who has appeared on television, in motion pictures and more than 50 national commercials. He is also an automotive expert, who lends his expertise to those looking to purchase, lease or sell a vehicle. Because of this, he is affectionately called “Ed Car Guy” so he started a website by the same name. Ed helps those in our industry and anyone else looking to buy or sell a vehicle. His pride and joy is a 1964 Oldsmobile Night Eight convertible named Ginger (after the character played by Tina Louise on Gilligan’s Island) because she attracts so much attention where ever she goes.

Events Team

Joe spent more than two decades as a music editor in the recording, film and television industry. He started his own company as an independent Apple Certified Technician and Personal Technology Consultant. His extensive knowledge of computer operating systems and programs, including the Digidesign Pro Tools Audio Production System, Adobe Premiere, Avid Media Composer and Final Cut Pro editing systems keep him busy as a consultant to those who make their living editing television shows and motion pictures. Joe owns several vehicles, including a 1993 Porsche 928 GTS that he has driven to first place in the “Silver State Classic”. He is also involved in the annual “Motor 4 Toys Charity Car Show & Toy Drive” and he is a regular competitor in the Braille Institute’s Rally (an event where competitors are navigated by blind children from the Braille Institute through the streets of Los Angeles to the finish line in Orange County, California).

Events Team

William “Skeeter” Rader has been a member of the Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA since 1983. He has worked on both sides of the camera as a video assist, art director, technical consultant, casting director and actor. He has also performed work as a stuntman, specializing in vehicles, horses and weapons. Skeeter has appeared in motion pictures, television shows, commercials and music videos. He was vital in developing the aftermarket division of Vista Ford/Lincoln called Vista Ford Racing with locations in Southern California. Skeeter also works with SEMA and the SEMA Action Network to further the automotive hobby both nationally and internationally.

Events Team

Steve is one of the key players on our Events Team. We rely on his expertise to help insure that our events go off without a hitch. Steve is one of the first faces members see when they attend a TMPCC event. He is also in charge of the parking team that gets all the vehicles into position for our car shows. He has written articles and photographed vehicles for “Mustang Evolution”, “Driven World” the TMPCC and other publications. Steve owns a 2008 Shelby Mustang GTC that he displays at TMPCC shows and other events all over the southwest.

Advisor and Chief Car Show Judge

Robert is the President of Classic Auto Rental Services, supplying vehicles for hit television shows, block buster motion pictures, commercials and magazines. He is a well respected judge for several of the world’s most prestigious Automotive Concours. When we host an event where judging is involved, we know we can rely on Robert to be a fair and non-partisan Chief Judge and we are privileged to have him on our Executive Committee.


Phil is a former stuntman and stunt coordinator. He is the President of “Next Pictures”, a picture car company that supplies vehicles to the television and motion picture industry. Phil was Vice President of the TMPCC from 2014 through 2017, but due to the demands of his highly successful business, he was forced to step down in late 2017. We are fortunate that he agreed to remain on our Executive Committee as an Advisor. Phil’s current automobile collection includes a 1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe, 1957 Chevrolet Apache, Porsche 928 and several other collectable rides.

Legal Council

Steve is the Chairman Emeritus of the renowned Petersen Automotive Museum and an Entertainment Industry Attorney. He is a consummate gear head and hot rodder, having built and owned many hot rods over the years. He is also a restorer, a drag racer (with 25 NHRA National Records) and a vintage sports car racer in Production classes, Sports Racer classes, Can Am and Trans Am.

Web Designer

Peter joined the TMPCC in 2010 as our Web Designer. He has participated in the annual Braille Rallye (an event where competitors are navigated by blind children from the Braille Institute through the streets of Los Angeles to the finish line in Orange County, California). Peter also competed twice in the Fireball Run Adventurally (the Race to Recover America’s Missing Children). He owns PC Creative Design, an internet and graphics design company in Southern California.