Tosca Musk Biography
(Producer, Director and Co-Founder of the Streaming Service ‘Passionflix’)
Birthday: July 20, 1974 (Cancer)
Born In: South Africa
Tosca Musk is a South African-Canadian filmmaker and entrepreneur, known for being the producer of the pioneering video podcast ‘Tiki Bar TV’ and the Hallmark original movie ‘Holiday Engagement’. She is the sister of noted entrepreneurs Elon and Kimbal Musk. A native of Pretoria, the administrative capital of South Africa, Tosca eventually moved to Canada. She received her BFA degree in film studies from the University of British Columbia in 1997. After she graduated, she worked as a production secretary on Discovery Channel’s ‘Grand Illusions: The Story of Magic’. She made her debut as a producer with the documentary series ‘TV Guide Television’. In the ensuing years, she has produced multiple telefilms, films and TV series. For her work on the ‘Tiki Bar TV’, Tosca was listed among one of the top 100 breakout stars of internet television in 2006 by Forbes magazine. The founder and owner of Musk Entertainment, Tosca has also served as the head of the production of Protocol Entertainment, Inc. Furthermore, she is the founder and CEO of the streaming platform Passionflix.