Adam F Goldberg Biography, Age, Family, Sister, Wife, Real Family,Productions, Now And Net Worth

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Adam F Goldberg Biography

Adam F Goldberg born Adam Frederick Goldberg is an American television and film producer and writer.  He is best known as the creator and showrunner of the television series Breaking In, Schooled, and The Goldbergs, the latter of which is a biopic on his own childhood.

Adam F Goldberg Age

Adam was born on April 2, 1976 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is 43 years old as of 2019.

Adam F Goldberg Family

Adam was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to a Jewish family and lived in nearby Jenkintown.  He is the son of Beverly (née Solomon) born on  October 8, 1943 and the late Murray Goldberg  born September 25, 1940  and died on February 1, 2008.  He  is the youngest of three siblings, with brothers Barry (born October 15, 1969) and Eric (born August 18, 1967).

In 1992 at the age of 15 Adam produced his first play, Dr. Pickup and won the Philadelphia Young Playwrights Festival. Adam in 1994 he graduated from the William Penn Charter School and graduated from New York University in 1998 after double-majoring in film and dramatic writing.

Adam F Goldberg Wife

He  dated Sarah Goldberg who after few days they got married.

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Adam (Breaking In) created the series using footage he filmed as a kid of his loud and loving family. The show, which is described as a dysfunctional Wonder Years, stars Jeff Garlin, Wendi McLendon-Covey, George Segal and Sean Giambrone as a young Adam.

Adam didn’t have a sister and instead opted to turn his older brother, Eric, into Erica — as played by Hayley Orrantia. “Adding a daughter into the mix would open up the whole world and bring us different kinds of stories,” the writer/executive producer said, acknowledging that his brother wasn’t wild about having been made fun of as a kid for being the “girl” of the family.

The showrunner also noted that his family loves the show and that each week Adam’s own personal footage will be featured during the end tag. “My mom is the most excited — this just validated everything she ever did,” he said to laughs. Worth noting: He digitized more than 100 home video tapes to help sell the series to ABC.

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Adam’s  first comedy-writing job began in 2003 for the sitcom Still Standing, where he worked for four years and finished as a co-producer. After his first year on Still Standing, he teamed up with Picture Machine, Triggerstreet and college friend Kyle Newman to develop the screenplay for Fanboys. After a year, they sold it to The Weinstein Company. The screenplay ended up seventh on the 2005 Black List for most popular unproduced scripts of the year.

Adam was hired to write the screenplays for The Jetsons; a 2007 remake of Revenge of the Nerds (1984) starring Adam Brody after the success of Fanboys. The Jetsons was cancelled after three weeks of filming; Aliens in the Attic; and The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz.  Adams spent a year writing on DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon, before moving over to write Monsters vs. Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space as well as the 2011 How to Train Your Dragon Christmas special, Gift of the Night Fury.

Currently he is adapting the graphic novel Seal Team 7 for director Shawn Levy, and bringing the book Simon Bloom: Gravity Keeper to the screen for Walden Media.  Adam has produced several movies, including The Comebacks (Fox), Daddy Day Camp (Columbia), Bobism (MGM), Jeff the Immortal (Universal) and a remake of Night of the Living Dorks (Warner Bros.)

On his television career ,Adam teamed up with Adam Sandler’s production company Happy Madison to write four pilots for various networks. Happy Madison introduced him to King of Kong director Seth Gordon in 2010 and together they created the 2011 Fox comedy series Breaking In. This show was cast as “The Office meets The A-Team” and, after a year of development, was picked up to series. Prior to Breaking In, Adam also wrote on the shows Aliens in America, Secret Girlfriend, Voltron Force, WordGirl and Kevin Williamson’s Glory Days.

Adam signed a three-year overall deal with Sony Pictures TV in 2011.  In this time, Adam was a producer on NBC’s Community while developing new projects.  He got a pilot commitment to shoot an autobiographical show about his family titled How the F— Am I Normal?in 2012,. He also reunited with Fox on a pilot starring AJ Michalka and Sean Giambrone. The autobiographical show was picked up by ABC with a title change to The Goldbergs.

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Mother’s Day is coming early for Beverly Goldberg this year 2019.

Both the TV character played by Wendi McLendon-Covey and the woman who inspired that portrayal will be in the May 1 episode of ABC’s The Goldbergs as the show’s Jenkintown-raised creator delivers his version of an apology to the woman who raised him and whose Mother’s Day he ruined back in 1988.

Adam F Goldberg Net Worth

Adam has an estimated net worth of $10 million.