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    Stuart Match Suna

    CEO and Chairman
    Silvercup Studios
    42-22 22nd Street
    Long Island City, NY 11101

    Stuart Match Suna is co-owner and founder of Silvercup Studios, which has been known for helping produce hit television shows as Sex and the City and 30 Rock but more recently for its forays into commercial real estate.

    Suna founded the studio in 1982 at the site of an old bread factory after finishing his architectural apprenticeship and preparing to take the architecture licensing test. Within a decade the studio had played host to two Woody Allen movies, a slew of commercials, and some television shows.

    Suna later expanded his interests into the real estate industry, having opened real estate management firm Metro Management Development in 1985. Suna is still very active in film production and other aspects of the entertainment industry. He founded the Hamptons International Film Festival, and is vice chair of the New York Production Alliance.

    Suna also serves on several corporate boards, as well as chair emeritus of the Children's Tumor Foundation.

    He has two degrees from Carnegie Mellon University, in architecture and in fine arts.