Stan Rogow

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Stan Rogow
Born (1955-01-06) January 6, 1955 (age 61)
St. Petersburg, Florida, United States
Occupation Music manager, producer and writer
Years active 1982–present
Spouse(s) Vicky Rogow (1979-1991) Div.

Stan Rogow is an American music manager, writer and producer of film and television.


His television credits include Fame, Lizzie McGuire, Flight 29 Down, Darcy's Wild Life, State of Grace, Nowhere Man, the internet series Gemini Division, Woke Up Dead and Afterworld. He also co-produced the feature film The Clan of the Cave Bear.

Rogow was also an executive producer of Corbin Bleu's debut album Another Side.[1]Rogow is also the father of actor Jackson Rogow.


He is an alumnus of Boston University School of Law.[2]


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