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New York, New York 10005
Arnold Graham is a pioneer in show business! Born and raised on the lower east side of Manhattan and started his professional career from the time he was fifteen.
Arnold worked with his father, Sam Graham at Columbia Radio and Theatrical Bureau. During his early years, while working alongside his father, he studied at City College, "Always on the lookout for young talent".
In 1970, Arnold became a partner at the legendary Charles Rapp Enterprises. Upon the death of Charlie Rapp in 1974, he and Charlie's nephew, Howard, became full partners. Left to bring this very successful business to the next phase, both Arnold and Howard have been together ever since. As a matter of fact, the book "It Happened in the Catskills" features many of the creative stories about the life and times of the Catskill Mountains.
In 2009, Charles Rapp Enterprises,Inc. merged together with Arie Kaduri (NYK Productions, Inc., a Florida based company) and Alison Chaplin to become "NYK-RAPP Enterprises, LLC" with offices both in New York and South Florida.
He has shared producer credits for such shows on and off Broadway, starring Jackie Mason, "The World According to Me," Steve Solomon "My Mother's Italian My Father's Jewish and I'm in Therapy" and “Comedy ala Carte" starring David 'Dudu" Fisher, the late Bruce Adler and comedy star, Mal Z.. Lawrence.
Mr. Graham is a member of Broadway Cares, a member of the world renowned New York Friars Club and is involved with a multitude of charities.