Bob Cavallo

Bob Cavallo is an American entertainment manager, producer, and business owner. Cavallo worked for Walt Disney Studios from 1998 through 2011, during which time he reorganized the company's recorded music, music publishing and concert operations into one centralized business entity named the Disney Music Group.[1] Cavallo was chairman of the Disney Music Group, which distributes Walt Disney Records and Hollywood Records labels and manages artists Jonas Brothers, Selena Gomez, Grace Potter, Breaking Benjamin, Miley Cyrus and Plain White T's.[2]

Bob Cavallo
Born1939 (age 8283)
Brooklyn, New York
Alma materGeorgetown University
OccupationChairman Disney Music Group, chairman (1998-2011), entertainment manager, film producer, business owner
Years active55
EmployerWalt Disney Studios (1998-2011), Atlas Entertainment (1988-1998)
Known forPurple Rain, co-producer, City of Angels, co-producer 12 Monkeys, co-producer and Fallen, co-producer
Spouse(s)Judy Cavallo
RelativesRob Cavallo, son, Warner Bros. Records chairman, Warner Music Group Chief Creative Officer, music producer, musician, Francesca Cavallo Phelps, granddaughter

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