(Producer) is one of the entertainment industry’s most talented and respected producers of film and television. Currently presiding over his own production company, Mandy Films, Goldberg has held a number of distinguished positions in the industry, including Head of Programming for ABC and President of Twentieth Century Fox Films.
As head of Twentieth Century Fox, he oversaw production on hit films like “Broadcast News,” “Big,” “Die Hard” and “Working Girl.” Independently, he produced such hit features as “WarGames,” the Julia Roberts thriller “Sleeping With the Enemy,” the Eddie Murphy comedy “The Distinguished Gentleman,” as well as critically-acclaimed films like Robert Altman’s “California Split” and John Hancock’s “Baby Blue Marine.”
At ABC, he was responsible for developing and introducing the Made-For-Television movie format. As a television producer he has been responsible for some of the most highly acclaimed telefilms ever made, including the Peabody Award-winning “Brian’s Song,” the Emmy Award-winning “Something About Amelia” and “Alex: The Life of a Child,” based on the book by Frank DeFord.
In partnership with Aaron Spelling he was responsible for an unprecedented string of hit television series, including “Charlie’s Angels,” “T.J. Hooker,” “Starsky and Hutch,” “The Rookies,” “Fantasy Island,” “Hart to Hart” and the beloved, award-winning “Family.” They also produced over thirty-five movies for television, including the film that brought John Travolta to national attention, “The Boy in the Plastic Bubble.”
Goldberg recently produced, with Martin Starger, the television adaption of A.R. Gurney’s “Love Letters” for ABC-TV, and is producing a highly-anticipated feature film version of “Charlie’s Angels” for Sony Pictures, to star Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz, as well as the medical thriller “The Millenium Plague” for ABC-TV.