Mini Bio (1)
Bozek serves as partner, with Russell Nuce, of Galgos Entertainment LLC, a film and television production company he formed in 2005.
Before forming Galgos Entertainment, Bozek was associated with media executive Barry Diller for fourteen years, culminating in his role as Chief Executive Officer of HSN (Home Shopping Network). During his tenure at HSN, the company generated over $1 billion in revenue on $5 billion in sales in the four years he was the company's CEO.
Bozek first worked with Diller at Fox Television, beginning in 1988, at the inception of Fox Television, where he was a three-time Emmy nominee for television new specials.
When Diller departed Fox and became a major shareholder in QVC in 1991, Bozek was the first executive hired by Diller, as Vice President of Broadcasting. He later launched QVC's second channel Q2.
In 1997, Bozek became the Executive Vice President of Broadcasting for HSN. He was named President and CEO in 1999. During his tenure as CEO, Bozek oversaw the international expansion of HSN into Japan, China, Germany, Italy and the UK.
Prior to becoming associated with Diller, Bozek was Vice President of Marketing for men's and women's apparel company, WilliWear/WilliSmith. He was responsible for all advertising and marketing including the expansion of the company into boutiques in Paris and London.
Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Bozek was born in top of his family's funeral business, the basis for which later became his award winning short film he wrote and directed called, "Dearly Beloved"
In 1978, just out of high school, Bozek was the assistant to famed acting Method coach, Lee Strasberg. He worked on several of Strasberg's films as well as Strasberg's book, "Method Acting - A Dream of Passion".
Bozek currently serves on the Board of Sykes Enterprises, a publicly held company, where he is Chair of the Compensation Committee. He also is board trustee of the Long Island Children's Museum.
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