Andrew Molasky, a former entertainment lawyer for Lorimar, worked in Los Angeles and London for 12 years in the entertainment industry. He was responsible for Lorimar’s involvement in the short lived but highly acclaimed TV series Max Headroom and the Sir Michael Caine’s “Jack the Ripper” miniseries for CBS. He is also actively involved in developing real estate in Southern Nevada and the telecommunications industry.
Molasky was involved with the development of the Best in the West shopping center and the high-rise Park Towers, as well as numerous other Southern Nevada projects. His first solo real estate project was Westcliff House Office Park, a French-style mixed-use office park in southwest Las Vegas. He was instrumental in directing the design, construction and leasing of the striking 140,000-square-foot suburban office park, which was fully leased in record time for the local market.
As a previous owner of Pacific Cellular, Inc., a cellular resale company, and with experience managing a group of five radio stations, Molasky has an extensive background in communications. He has experience in exploiting electronic gateway rights for commercial and residential developments in Las Vegas.
In the year 2000, he re-entered the entertainment industry via a partnership called Stone Village Pictures. To date, the partnership is involved in the NBC TV series “Las Vegas,” has a motion picture “The Human Stain” starring Nicole Kidman and Anthony Hopkins, a four hour movie for HBO based on Pulitzer Prize winning novel called “Empire Falls,” starring Paul Newman and Helen Hunt, will remake Akira Kurosawa’s 1952 classic “Ikiru” in 2006 with DreamWorks studio, and a movie based on the Pulitzer prize winning novel “Love in the Time of Cholera” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez to be directed by Mike Newell.
Molasky is a board member of The American Red Cross, Southern Nevada Chapter; and Lake Mead Hospital. In addition, he is an active board member of EDC/CineVegas. Molasky, while born in Los Angeles, is a native of Las Vegas. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from University of California Los Angeles and earned a law degree from McGeorge School of Law. He has had a life-long interest in horse racing and was one of the owners of Breeders’ Cup winner Kona Gold. His daughter Sarah is a performer in LeReve at Wynn Las Vegas.