Adam Frederick Goldberg
(born April 2, 1976) is an American television and film producer and writer, best known as the creator and showrunner of the television series Breaking In, Imaginary Mary, Schooled, and The Goldbergs, the last of which is a biopic on his own childhood. Goldberg was born to a Jewish family in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and lived in nearby Jenkintown. His parents are Beverly (née Solomon) (born October 8, 1943) and the late Murray Goldberg (September 25, 1940 – February 1, 2008); he is the youngest of three siblings, with brothers Barry (born October 15, 1969) and Eric (born August 18, 1967). He produced his first play, Dr. Pickup, in 1992 at the age of 15, and won the Philadelphia Young Playwrights Festival. He graduated from the William Penn Charter School in 1994 and graduated from New York University in 1998 after double-majoring in film and dramatic writing. By 1995, he had written over 50 plays which were performed around the country including the Sundance Playwrights Lab, the Illusion Theater, The Greenwich Street Theater, The Saint Marks Theatre, The Tada! Theater, The Walnut Street Theater and the Joseph Papp Theater. He was the 1995 Anne M. Kaufman Endowment ARTS Awardee in the National Foundation for the Advancement in the Arts program for Playwriting. He was a finalist for the American Theater Critics Association's 1997 Osborn Award for his full-length play, One on On.
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