Bruce Charet

Bruce Charet started his show business career attending City College in New York while working for George Scheck, the manager of Bobby Darin and Connie Francis. He then went on to spend the next seven years working for legendary comedian Alan King.  He was later engaged as a TV agent at William Morris in NY, a VP of Comedy Development at Tribune TV, a producer at Warner Brothers Television and then VP of Talent Relations, CBS Entertainment.

Bruce was nominated for a daytime Emmy Award and produced Robin and The 7 Hoods at The Old Globe Theater.

He is also the Vice President and Historian of the fabled Friars Club in New York City.

As Executive in Charge of Special Projects at RatPac, Bruce is focused on overseeing talent driven projects in all media areas.