The Television Motion Picture Car Club is a private organization where those who work in or have worked in 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 at CBS Television City in Hollywood, California, the TMPCC has grown to become one of the most unique car clubs on the planet, with members who work in front of the camera and behind the scenes at almost every television and motion picture studio in Hollywood and beyond. From producers and directors, to actors, actresses, camera operators, editors, audio engineers, stunt and precision drivers, even Studio Presidents, the TMPCC is a club like no other. We have been featured on radio shows, television programs, in newspapers, magazines and social media worldwide. The continued success of the club can be attributed to the hard work and dedication of the following individuals.


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 to entertainment. Ken started his television career in 1980 at a Post Production facility in Chicago. A few years later he was recruited to work at NBC and then he received a job offer from CBS Television City in Hollywood, California, where he edited shows, specials and promos for more than two decades. In 2007 he was promoted to Supervisor of Media Operations, responsible for overseeing a talented team of men and women who record, edit and format shows for the CBS and CW (CBS/Warner Brothers) Television Networks. In 2009, Ken realized the entertainment industry didn’t have a car club, so he founded the TMPCC.


Cliff graduated from the Institute of Audio Research in New York City in 1986 and became the Chief Audio Mastering Engineer for RKO Pictures. A few years later he transitioned to video editing and became a supervisor at Pioneer Video, eventually moving on to become a DVD and Blu-ray Producer at Image Entertainment, where he produced thousands of titles for the domestic and international markets. Cliff is a Saturn Award Winner and he is currently the General Manager of Cinema Devices, a company that manufactures weight displacement and suspension systems for hand-held and steadi-cam television and motion picture cameras. Cliff also does work as an actor, voice over artist and television host. He is a serious hot rodder whose white 1923 Ford T-Bucket hot rod can be seen at local cruise nights and TMPCC events.

Vice President

Richard earned his Screen Actors Guild card at the tender age of five, when he co-starred opposite Debbie Reynold’s in the 1966 film “The Singing Nun”. He co-starred in five more motion pictures and nearly 40 television shows under the name Ricky Cordell. Richard is the answer to a trivia question, as the only actor to appear in both “The Singing Nun” and “The Flying Nun.” Some years later he founded a company that produced more than 1,000 video projects for Fortune 500 companies. Richard owns a well-known NHRA drag race car, a blown 1,000 HP 426 Hemi Dodge Magnum called “Maggi” (sponsored by his company Liquid Glow). Richard even raced land-speed motorcycles, reaching nearly 200 MPH in the 750cc Partial Streamline Class at the Bonneville Salt Flats, and he did dirt and asphalt circle track racing as well.

Senior Advisor: Executive Committee

Phil is the Owner and President of “Next Pictures” a picture car company that supplies vehicles to the television, motion picture, commercial and print advertising industries. He has worked in the entertainment industry for decades and is a former stuntman and stunt coordinator whose driving skills continue to be utilized on a myriad of entertainment projects. Phil is a former Vice President of the TMPCC and he owns several collector cars, including a 1957 Chevrolet Apache, 1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe, 1973 Buick Riviera, 1978 Porsche 928, and many other classic rides.

Director: Celebrity and Studio Relations

Glen began his entertainment career in Illinois, spending most of his time in the acting conservatories of Chicago and London before moving to Los Angeles. Glen’s path led to a career with “Digital Glue” a company that produces and distributes digital content to millions of viewers each day. He is a serious car guy who performed a ground up restoration on a numbers matching 1966 Pontiac GTO with a 428 cubic inch tri-power engine. The car has won numerous awards since its completion.

Events Team

After more than two decades as a music editor in the television, motion picture and music industries, Joe ventured out to become an independent Apple Certified Technician and Technology Consultant. His knowledge of computer operating systems and programs, including Pro Tools, Adobe Premiere, Avid Media Composer and Final Cut Pro keep him busy helping those who make their living in entertainment. Joe owns a 1993 Porsche 928 GTS he has driven to first place in the Nevada “Silver State Classic”. He is a regular competitor in the Braille Car Rallye, 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

Jim appeared in some of the “Oh What a Feeling” Toyota commercials in the 1980’s. A few years later, while living in Florida, he purchased a Wellcraft Scarab Powerboat, made famous in the hit TV Series “Miami Vice”. Jim got to know Gus Anastasi, Wellcraft’s Powerboat Driving Instructor who trained the stunt boat drivers in Miami Vice and Jim was trained how to do the stunts used in the series. Jim also owned a High Performance Auto Shop at the time and he did the servicing of the production vehicles for Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week”. Now residing in California, Jim is part of the TMPCC Events Team. He owns a 1979 WS6 Pontiac Trans-Am and a rare 1989 Chevrolet C4 High Performance FX3 Corvette.

Legal Counsel

Steve is an Entertainment Industry Attorney and Chairman Emeritus of the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. He is a consummate gear head and hot rodder, having built and owned numerous 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 and Sports Racer classes, as well as the Can Am and Trans Am Racing Series. We are extremely fortunate to have Steven represent the Television Motion Picture Car Club as our legal counsel.

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Web Designer

Peter joined the Television Motion Picture Car Club as our Web Designer in 2010. He has participated in the Braille Car Rallye, 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 has also competed in the Fireball Run Adventurally (the Race to Recover America’s Missing Children). He owns PC Creative Design, a web and graphics design company in Southern California.