Ron Kass (March 30, 1935 - October 17, 1986) was an American
businessman, recording executive, and film producer. Born
Ronald S. Kass in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Kass worked
with three recording companies -- MGM, Warner Brothers,
Records -- heading Apple Records, the label set up by The
Beatles, in 1968 and 1969. His producing credits included
Melody (1971), The Optimists (1973) starring Peter Sellers,
Naked Yoga (1974) nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary
Short Subject, and The Stud (1978) and The Bitch (1978)
both based on novels by Jackie Collins and starring her
sister Joan Collins.
1972 Kass married Joan Collins. They had a daughter, Katyana
("Katie"), born in 1972. Kass and Collins were
divorced in 1983 but reportedly remained close. He died
of cancer in Los Angeles, California at the age of 51.
Rio de Janeiro, durante o III FIC,
Ron Kass (Ronald S. Kass), agente da Apple, não compra
a música Sabiá para ser gravada em
Londres pela cantora Mary Hopkin porque Chico e Tom trabalham
para gravadoras diferentes.