David J Goldberg is a stage and screen actor based in New York City. A native of Washington DC, he grew up performing in plays and musicals, writing, recording and performing music with his band, laughing with friends, and generally making trouble.
At Emerson College he studied acting, creative writing, and psychology, spent a semester abroad in The Netherlands, and fell in love with the work of Carl Sagan. He also served as the poetry editor for the school's premier literary journal and authored a number of articles for other campus magazines.
After graduating from Emerson he spent time traveling and exploring his many interests - science fiction, philosophy, permaculture and photography among them. He worked briefly as a freelance writer before dedicating himself to acting. Today he has produced and starred in two short films, been seen on stages all across Manhattan and Brooklyn and has toured the U.S. and Canada with Theatreworks USA.
David is a proud member of Saint Fortune, a New York based theater collective comprised of actors, musicians, playwrights, directors, filmmakers and designers with whom he had the good luck to work when he first began acting in New York. He has collaborated with them ever since.
He's also a member of the award-winning Workshop Theater where he has performed the work of Alan Knee and starred in the NYIT-nominated Relent: An Indie Musical.