Gary Magness

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Gary Magness is an American businessman and film producer.[1][2]

Magness was born in Texas and grew up in Bozeman, Montana,[2][3] his father was Bob Magness, the founder of Tele-Communications Inc..[2] He attended the Western State College of Colorado, but dropped out.[4]

Through his inheritance, he is a large stockholder in Tele-Communications Inc, he also chairs the Magness Investment Group, whose portfolio includes Magness Land & Cattle, Fortrust, a Denver-based state-of-the-art data center, and aquaculture breeding farms.[2] In 2007, he founded Smokewood Entertainment with his wife, Sarah Siegel-Magness,[2] he has produced three films and he is producing a fourth one.[1] He has made charitable donations to the Food Bank of the Rockies, the University of Denver, and The Fresh Air Fund,[2] he collects vintage cars.[4]

He is married with three children, and they live in Denver, Colorado.[4]

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