Chip Rosenbloom has been a part of the Rams organization for his entire life. As Owner/Vice-Chairman of the St. Louis Rams, Chip is following in the footsteps of his legendary parents, Carroll Rosenbloom and Georgia Frontiere. For several years, Rosenbloom played an important, behind-the-scenes role in the Rams organization. When Georgia passed away in January of 2008, Rosenbloom and his sister, Lucia Rodriguez, succeeded their mother, who guided the Rams from 1979 until her passing. Georgia took the reins of the Rams following the death of her husband, Carroll Rosenbloom, an NFL icon who owned the Baltimore Colts and Los Angeles Rams over a 26-year period. Chip and Lucia served as majority owners for two seasons before selling the team to E. Stanley Kroenke in August of 2010. Beyond football, Rosenbloom has built a highly-successful career in the motion picture industry over the last 20 years. As founder and owner of Open Pictures, Chip has become one of Hollywood's most active and innovative filmmakers. Rosenbloom has written, produced or directed more than 20 feature films and documentaries. His projects currently in limited release include "Fuel," the multi-award winning (including Sundance) documentary on alternative energy, and the Broadway stage production of August Wilson's "Radio Golf," honored with a 2007 Tony Nomination as Best Play. Rosenbloom also produced and wrote all three films of the celebrated "Shiloh" trilogy based on Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's best-selling novels about a young boy's attempt to rescue an abused dog. Nominated for a Humanitas Award, the first Shiloh film which Chip also directed was so successful that Warner Bros. ordered two more Shiloh features, which became a significant franchise for the studio, a critic's delight and a multi-million unit DVD in the United States and world-wide. Rosenbloom is a graduate of USC Film School. He began his film career at Aaron Spelling Productions and later worked in development for Mace Neufeld Productions. Soon after, Chip wrote and produced his first theatrical feature, "Instant Karma," a movie co-produced and co-written with Bruce Taylor. The picture starred Craig Sheffer and David Cassidy and was released theatrically by MGM to near-unanimous praise. Chip followed that film a year later with "Across the Tracks," which marked the first staring role for Brad Pitt and won awards at the Houston and Philadelphia film festivals. Chip sits on a number of boards, including the Fulfillment Funds, a mentoring and scholarship charity based in Los Angeles and Variety-The Children's Charity based in St. Louis. Chip and his wife, Kathleen, are major donors and President's council members of Feeding America, America's largest hunger-relief organization. Chip and Kathleen live in Los Angeles with their children, Alexander and Olivia.