Thomas Lloyd Bell

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Thomas (Tommy) Lloyd Bell is an American businessman and venture capitalist.

Investment and business history[edit]

Thomas has primarily invested in media and internet ventures to date.

Bell is a current managing partner of Coloma Ventures, a Las Vegas Nevada based firm focused on early-stage technology investments. As an entrepreneur Thomas founded KemistryHair.com, a professional hair care product line. Bell is the current C.E.O. of KemistryHair.com.

Bell is credited as an executive producer and producer[1] of the award-winning independent feature film Self Medicated, which won the Grand Jury Prize[2] at the Rome International Film Festival in 2006 and was sold to THINKFilm and Lions Gate Entertainment.

An avid golfer from an early age, Bell grew up on the grounds of the Las Vegas Country Club and participated in high-stakes matches from a young age. Bell is the author of the eBook The Gambling Rules of Golf.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Bell was born December 2, 1977 in Las Vegas Nevada. He attended Bishop Gorman High School, University of the Basque Country and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Bell lives in Las Vegas and California with his wife and daughter.

Bell is the son of Thomas Graham Bell (1926-2003),[4] Howard Hughes' Nevada attorney and founder of the Mercy Ambulance Company.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas Lloyd Bell at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ Bradley, Ed (2006).Self Medicated: Bootcamp horrors inspire director's film, The Flint Journal
  3. ^ The Gambling Rules of Golf
  4. ^ *Barlett, Donald L. & Steele, James B. Howard Hughes: his life & madness. W. W. Norton & Company Inc., 1979, p.290.

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