People: National Lampoon Inc (NLMP.PK)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

James Jimirro

72 2005 Chairman of the Board

Timothy Durham

48 2008 Interim President, Interim Chief Executive Officer, Director

Rick Snow

50 2009 Interim Chief Financial Officer

Daniel Laikin

51 2008 Director

Robert Levy

56 2006 Director

Duncan Murray

67 2006 Director

James Toll

60 2006 Director

David Tornek

50 2008 Director

Biographies

Name Description

James Jimirro

Mr. James P. Jimirro is Chairman of the Board of National Lampoon, Inc. He has been a Director since 1986 and was employed as President and Chief Executive Officer from 1990 until January 2005. From 1980 to 1985, he was the President of Walt Disney Telecommunications Company, which included serving as President of Walt Disney Home Video, a producer and distributor of family home video programming. While in this position, he also served as Corporate Executive Vice President of Walt Disney Productions. In addition, from 1983 to 1985, Mr. Jimirro served as the first President of the Disney Channel, a national cable pay-television channel, which Mr. Jimirro conceived and implemented. Mr. Jimirro continued in a consulting capacity for Walt Disney Company through July 1986. From 1973 to 1980, he served as Director of International Sales and then as Executive Vice President of Walt Disney Educational Media Company, a subsidiary of Walt Disney Company. Prior to 1973, Mr. Jimirro directed international sales for CBS, Inc., and later for Viacom International. Mr. Jimirro also served as a member of the board of directors of Rentrak Corporation between January 1990 and September 2000.

Timothy Durham

Mr. Timothy S. Durham is Interim President, Interim Chief Executive Officer and Director of National Lampoon, Inc. He is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the board of directors of Obsidian Enterprises, Inc., which was a public company until March 17, 2006, and has held these positions since June 2001. Since April 2000, he has served as a Managing Member and the Chief Executive Officer of Obsidian Capital Company LLC, which is the general partner of Obsidian Capital Partners LP. Mr. Durham founded in 1998, and since then has maintained a controlling interest in, several investment funds, including Durham Capital Corporation, Durham Hitchcock Whitesell and Company LLC, and Durham Whitesell Associates LLC. From 1991 to 1998, Mr. Durham served in various capacities at Carpenter Industries, Inc., including as Vice Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer.

Rick Snow

Rick D. Snow was appointed as Interim Chief Financial Officer of National Lampoon Inc. He has been a CPA since 1987 and is the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Obsidian Enterprises, a position he has held since April 2003, and Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Fair Finance Company, a position he had held since February 2002. His duties include overseeing the financial management of these entities, including implementing financial reporting, systems and engaging in strategic planning. Prior to his appointment to these positions, Mr. Snow practiced as a CPA with various national and regional accounting firms, overseeing business and assurance services and business advisory services. Mr. Snow earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Kent State University and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accounts and the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accounts.

Daniel Laikin

Mr. Daniel S. Laikin is a Director of National Lampoon, Inc. He resigned as President and Chief Executive Officer of the company on December 17, 2008. He was employed as Chief Operating Officer from May 17, 2002 until February 1, 2005. Mr. Laikin served as Co-Chairman of Biltmore Homes, Inc., an Indiana-based home building and real estate development company until 2000. He also served as a managing partner of Four Leaf Partners, LLC, a closely held investment company, concentrating on the startup and financing of high tech and Internet-related companies. He is also on the board of directors of Obsidian Enterprises, Inc., which was a public company until March 17, 2006.

Robert Levy

Mr. Robert Levy is a Director of National Lampoon, Inc. since September 13, 2006. Mr. Levy has written and/or produced motion pictures for over 20 years and is a principal partner in Tapestry Films. His production credits include The Wedding Crashers, starring Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams and Christopher Walken; Underclassman, starring Nick Cannon, Serendipity starring John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale; The Wedding Planner starring Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey, National Lampoon’s Van Wilder starring Ryan Reynolds; Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj, starring Kal Penn, She’s All That starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh Cook and Employee of the Month, starring Dane Cook, Jessica Simpson and Dax Shepard. Mr. Levy has also been the executive producer on the films Swing, Black & White, Payback, The Chain, The Granny, and Dark Tide. He was not only the executive producer, but he also wrote the story for the classic film Smokey and the Bandit, starring Burt Reynolds. Mr. Levy has also directed and produced A Kid in Aladdin’s Court, the sequel to A Kid in King Arthur’s Court, which was produced by Tapestry Films. Mr. Levy graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles and received a producing fellowship from the American Film Institute.

Duncan Murray

Mr. Duncan Murray is a Director of National Lampoon, Inc. since October 19, 2006. From 1998 to his retirement in 2004, Mr. Murray served as Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs, of Santa Monica based Transactional Marketing Partners, Inc. (“TMP”), a direct response television consulting firm. Before joining TMP, from August 1986 through January of 2003, Mr. Murray served as Vice-President of Marketing and, prior to that, worked with The Walt Disney Company for 14 years in a variety of capacities including Vice President-Sales Administration for The Disney Channel and Director of Sales for Walt Disney Telecommunications Company. While at The Walt Disney Company, Mr. Murray was an integral part of the small team that created and launched The Disney Channel. During his tenure as Vice President of Marketing for company, he oversaw stockholder relations, published the final 3 issues of National Lampoon Magazine, and managed negotiations with Artisan Entertainment for attachment of name to the feature film National Lampoon’s Van Wilder. Mr. Murray currently serves as a Director, Secretary and Treasurer of The Greenburg Family Foundation, a health issues-related philanthropic organization headquartered in Santa Monica and Palm Springs, California.

James Toll

Mr. James Toll is a Director of National Lampoon, Inc. since September 18, 2006. Mr. Toll has worked in the financial area for 26 years, including for CBS Television Network in Los Angeles and Warner/Electra/Atlantic International (WEA International) Records in Burbank as a Senior Financial Analyst for three years. While at WEA, Mr. Toll worked for six months at the Mexico City division as their Director Financiero. Mr. Toll spent three years as head of the accounting department for the non-profit company WQED-West, and was involved with the production of the Emmy award winning seven part series, The Planet Earth, and the production of National Geographic Specials. Mr. Toll spent three years as CFO/Treasurer in the Direct Response Industry where he was involved with the hit products Komputer Tutor and the Mighty Pro Grill, and the mega hit, Abslide. Mr. Toll joined Keller Entertainment Group as the CFO in l996. Mr. Toll initially joined J2 Communications/National Lampoon in 1987 as Chief Financial Officer and continued in that position until 1993. He then re-joined the company in August of 2001 as Chief Financial Officer and remained in the position until June 16, 2005. Mr. Toll developed all computerized financial systems for J2 Communications, was responsible for the preparation of all budgets, forecasts, and financial statements including all financial reporting to the Securities and Exchange Commission. He was head of operations of J2 Communications video distribution, and was involved in all merger and acquisition activity, including J2 Communication’s acquisition of National Lampoon, Inc. After leaving the company in 2005, Mr. Toll joined Resources Global Professionals.

David Tornek

David Tornek is Director of National Lampoon, Inc. Mr. Tornek graduated from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado in 1983 with a bachelor of science degree in accounting and the following year he was licensed as a CPA in Colorado. During college he worked for Cohen and Cohen, a Denver accounting firm, doing basic accounting and audit support. In 1985, Mr. Tornek joined the accounting firm of Smith, Brooks and Bolshoun, which specialized in providing accounting services to clients in the hospitality and construction industries, where he continued doing auditing, tax, and business accounting as the accounting manager. Mr. Tornek remained with Smith, Brooks and Bolshoun until 1991, when he joined Century Management Group, a privately owned company that owned and managed restaurants and nightclubs as well as real estate holdings, as its chief financial officer. In 1995 he became a partner of Century Management Group and also became its chief operating officer in addition to continuing to provide services as its chief financial officer. Century Management Group expanded to Florida in 2000 and Mr. Tornek managed the company's operations in Colorado and in Florida. In 2000 Mr. Tornek also opened his first restaurant, Touch Restaurant, in Miami Beach, Florida. Mr. Tornek left Century Management Group in 2004 and in 2005 started Touch Catering with his partner, Sean Brasel. In 2007 Mr. Tornek successfully launched his second catering business, Kosher Touch Catering. In November, 2008 Mr. Tornek launched his second restaurant in Miami Beach called Meat Market Steakhouse.

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

James Jimirro

5,719,420

Timothy Durham

--

Rick Snow

--

Daniel Laikin

377,038

Robert Levy

--

Duncan Murray

--

James Toll

139,800

David Tornek

--
As Of 30 Jul 2008

Options Compensation

Name Options Value

James Jimirro

2,929,619 1,899,576

Timothy Durham

0 0

Rick Snow

0 0

Daniel Laikin

1,764,332 1,074,660

Robert Levy

0 0

Duncan Murray

0 0

James Toll

53,500 78,110

David Tornek

0 0
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