Gregory Earls is best known for his prowess in the finance and underwriting/investment fields; known for his career roles at some of the best and brightest underwriting companies in the country to include: Hornblower, Weeks, Hemphill, and Noyes; and Loeb Rhodes. Greg is also known for his own startup merchant bank and prolific career as a film producer along the likes of actor, Max Van Sydow.
Greg Earl’s career began after graduating from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts, with a successful professional position as an underwriter with nationally-recognized, Hornblower, Weeks, Hemphill, and Noyes. Next, he graduated his well-honed skills in finance, investment, and sales in the role as one of top ten sales producers at Loeb Rhoades, a Wall Street brokerage firm begun in 1931-and now acquired by none other than American Express. Ten years later, Greg Found himself interested in starting his own business, his own merchant bank specifically, and built upon this dream to invest in various highly lucrative industries to include: entertainment, finance, education, energy, hospitality, communication, and real estate. A sample of the companies that Greg Earls worked with and as CEO/Chairman for includes, but is not limited to: Nova Corporation; US Viewing Corp.; Hospital Television Network; Equitable Production of Canada; US Technologies; and Avon Acquisition.
To his professional pursuits, and to a less well-known degree, C. Gregory Earls also pursued and finalized a whole slew of successful films in film production. Gregory Earl, Film Producer, was extremely successful in the 1970s with work on the following films (and with the respective actors listed):
- The Pilot (with Cliff Robertson and Diane Baker);
- Savage Dawn (with George Kennedy and Karen Black);
- Silent Madness (in 3-D) (with Viveca Lindfor) ;
- Flight of the Eagle (Greg Earls as Executive Producer)(with Max Van Sydow): nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Film.
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