Born on October 25, 1970 in Santa Monica, California, Adam Goldberg is an actor with roles ranging from comedic turns as the deranged Eddie from Friends, a hapless townie on My Name Is Earl and a hilarious arc as overeager Medellin producer on Entourage.
Growing up in Miami Beach, Florida, Goldberg took an interest in acting after seeing a drama class of Shakespeare production. From there, he took numerous acting workshops, and later became active in school theater, leading to his entry at the Sarah Lawrence College.
After minor roles in several television shows, Goldberg took his first major screen gig in 1992, appearing in the Billy Crystal film Mr. Saturday Night. It was in 1998, however, when his profile shot through the roof, thanks to his role in the film Saving Private Ryan. Subsequently, he was also cast in Edtv, Babe, Pig in the City, A Beautiful Mind, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Zodiac and Nancy Drew.
Aside from being an actor Goldberg also pursued a career behind the camera as a writer, producer and director in movies such as I Love Your Work and Scotch and Milk, which made its debut in 1998 at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival and was featured on the Sundance Channel series "10 Best Films You May Never Have Seen."
Goldberg also composed the film's original music with The Flaming Lips' drummer, Steven Drozd. In addition, he directed, co-edited and produced the comic do!$#!#entary short, "Running with the Bulls," for the Independent Film Channel.
In 2009. Goldberg returned to the small screen as a cast member of the crime series The Unusuals.