Adam F. Goldberg Biography
(Producer and Writer Known for His TV Series ‘The Goldbergs’)
Birthday: April 2, 1976 (Aries)
Born In: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Adam Frederick Goldberg is a producer and showrunner from America. He has garnered fame for creating and running several popular TV shows, including ‘Breaking In’, ‘Schooled’, and ‘The Goldbergs’. A Pennsylvania native, Goldberg grew up with two older siblings. When he was 15 years old, he staged his first play, ‘Dr. Pickup’, which earned him the top prize at the Philadelphia Young Playwrights Festival. He attended New York University, from where he double-majored in film and dramatic writing in 1998. By the time he was 18 years old, he had already penned more than 50 plays, and they had been staged around the country. In 2001, he began his TV career when he wrote the screenplay of the telefilm ‘Area 52’. A year later, he joined the writing staff of the CBS sitcom ‘Still Standing’. After serving as the consulting producer on The CW sitcom ‘Aliens in America’ and producing several films, he co-created the Fox sitcom ‘Breaking In’. ABC’s ‘The Goldbergs’ is unarguably his most successful venture to date. It is based on his childhood and family life.