Adam F. Goldberg is an American television and film producer and writer best known as the creator and showrunner of the television series Breaking In and The Goldbergs. His other notable projects include Schooled, Imaginary Mary, The Jetsons, How to Train Your Dragon, Monsters vs. Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space, and others. Adam was born on April 2, 1976, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. He is of American nationality and of white ethnicity.
Early Life of Adam F. Goldberg
Adam F. Goldberg spent the majority of his childhood days with his family in the Jenkintown area. He was born to his mother, Beverly Goldberg, and his late father, Murray Goldberg. Adam has two older brothers, Barry and Eric Goldberg. He was very interested in directing and producing short films.
Adam F. Goldberg attended William Penn Charter School and graduated in 1994. During his adolescence, he wrote and performed over fifty of his plays at venues such as The Saint Marks Theatre, The Tada! Theatre, The Walnut Street Theatre, and others. After that, he went to New York University to hone his skills as a writer and producer.
Adam F. Goldberg studied film and dramatic writing at New York University. He pursued his dreams after learning more about filmmaking.
Estimated Net Worth of Adam F. Goldberg
Adam is estimated to have a net worth of $10 million. He has amassed his fortune solely through his career as a film producer and screenwriter. Adam stands about six feet three inches tall, or 175cm. There are a lot of people who like him and his shows.
Sarah Goldberg and Her Married Life
Adam F. Goldberg is a married man. Sarah Goldberg, Adam’s wife, has been with him since he was sixteen years old. The couple met in a summer theater program for high school students at Northwestern University. They have been married for a long time but have no children.
Height and Weight of Adam F. Goldberg
He will be 40 in January 2021. He is 6 feet 3 inches tall (190 cm).
Adam F. Goldberg’s Career and Path
Adam F. Goldberg began his career in Hollywood as a screenwriter, where he worked for four years. He then began writing the screenplay for Fanboys. Following that, he and his team sold to The Weinstein Company. Fanboy was a huge success for Goldberg, and he began writing the screenplay for The Jetsons.
However, the film was canceled midway through production, and Adam F. Goldberg went on to work as a screenwriter for Aliens in the Attic and The Muppets Wizard of Oz. In addition, he was credited with writing the screenplay for the animated film How to Train Your Dragon. He has also been credited as the producer of notable films such as The Comebacks, Daddy Day Camp, Jeff the Immortal, and others.
Adam F. Goldberg has worked on television shows such as Breaking In, Aliens in America, Secret Girlfriend, The World, and many more. In 2011, he signed a three-year overall contract with Sony Pictures TV. He was working as a producer on BBC’s Community at the time, while also developing his new projects. He is currently employed by the Seal Team.
Facts of Adam F. Goldberg
|Full Name||Adam F. Goldberg|
|Net Worth||$10 million|
|Date Of Birth||April 2, 1976|
|Age||45 years 5 months|
|Place Of Birth||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Height||6 Feet 3 Inches tall|
|Profession||American Television Producer|
|Education||New York University (1998)|
|Parents||Beverly Goldberg, Murray Goldberg|
|Siblings||Eric Goldberg, Barry Goldberg|
|Nicknames||Adam Frederich Goldberg|
|Movies||The Comebacks, Daddy Day Camp, Jeff the Immortal and more.|
|TV Shows||The Goldbergs.|