John Aglialoro

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John Aglialoro
Aglialoro (left) with Harmon Kaslow.JPG
Aglialoro (left) with Harmon Kaslow
Born (1943-11-27) November 27, 1943 (age 75)
Alma materTemple University
Joan Carter (m. 1979)

John Aglialoro (born November 27, 1943) is an American businessman and film producer. He graduated from Temple University in 1965 and Collingswood High School in 1961.

Aglialoro has been profiled by Forbes[1] and Fortune[2] magazines and was praised in a Forbes blog post.[3]


Aglialoro served as CEO of Cybex International, a fitness equipment manufacturer, from 1997 until 2016 when it was sold to Brunswick Corporation.[4] He is also chairman and CEO of UM Holdings Ltd., which he co-founded in 1973. As of 2015, Aglialoro was Mayor of Tavistock, New Jersey, a borough with a population of 5 in 2010.[5]


After almost two decades and several attempts to persuade studios that such a project would not be financially disastrous, Aglialoro launched Atlas Shrugged into production independently through Atlas Productions, LLC. On April 15, 2011, the film version of Atlas Shrugged: Part I, premiered in 299 selected cities throughout the United States but failed to turn a profit. Atlas Shrugged: Part II debuted in October 2012 but the release failed to turn a profit. The closing film, Atlas Shrugged: Part III, debuted on September 12, 2014, failing to turn a profit.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Aglialoro is also a poker enthusiast, winning the US Poker Championship in 2004.[7]

Aglialoro married Diane Walter and had two children ,Justin and Holly. Later, they had a divorce. John then got married to Joan Carter. Previously, Joan had 2 children aswell, Mark and Leslie. Now they have eight grandchildren.


  1. ^ John Aglialoro Profile Forbes
  2. ^ Top 25 richest execs – 10. John Aglialoro. CNN Money.
  3. ^ John Tamny A Name to Know In 2011: Atlas Shrugged Producer John Aglialoro Forbes, December 12, 2010
  4. ^ Letter from the CEO Cybex International
  5. ^ [1]
  6. ^ "Box Office Mojo".
  7. ^ 2004 United States Poker Championship: No-Limit Hold'em Championship Bluff Magazine October 31, 2004

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