Participating adjunct faculty in the School of Business and Woodbury MBA alumnus, Jack Condon, has secured inclusion in the Guinness World Records 2020 edition. This is the third time that Jack has made it into the record-breaking annual. Jack solidified his impressive accomplishment with 5,569 items of ephemera connected to the historical television series “Charlie’s Angels.”
Aside from his collection, Jack also authored a Charlie’s Angel’s casebook in 2000, with a foreword written by one of the original Angels, Jaclyn Smith. The book was adapted into an NBC television movie in 2004.
The Charlie’s Angels collection is part of a movie memorabilia business that Jack owns called Backlot Movie which was founded in Hollywood in 1972.
In a recent interview with RetroFan, a magazine spotlighting the culture many Americans grew up with, Jaclyn Smith praised Jack’s enormous collection and expressed her admiration for this Guinness record accomplishment. She admitted that Jack probably knows more about the series than she does, and that she continues to be surprised about his collection items.
Having earned his MBA at Woodbury in 2018, Jack Condon currently teaches courses such as Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship, Organizational Communications, and Smart Money, and serves as Assistant Director, Recruiting & Outreach in the School of Business.