Adam Goldberg


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Adam Goldberg (born October 25, 1970 in Santa Monica, California) is an American actor who typically plays the quintessential 'young New York Jew' in many movies and TV programs of the 1990s and 2000s; including the title role of the self-parodying 'Jewsploitation' movie The Hebrew Hammer. His father is Jewish and his mother is a Catholic of Irish, French, and German descent ; he was raised in the Jewish faith. Nonetheless, he has inexplicably expressed disappointment that he seems to be typecast as the "nervous Jew." Goldberg starred alongside Chris O'Donnell in the FOX show Head Cases, the first show of the 2005-06 season to be dropped, just two weeks into its run.

Goldberg was in a relationship with actress Christina Ricci until early 2006. Ricci told W magazine in mid 2006 they were back together, saying "...I love him and I feel like we were meant for each other."

Filmography

  • Stay Alive (2006)
  • Christmas on Mars (2005)
  • Man About Town (2005)
  • Frankenstein (2004)
  • How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days .... Tony (2003)
  • The Hebrew Hammer .... Mordechai Jefferson Carver (2003)
  • I Love Your Work (2003)
  • The Salton Sea .... Kujo (2002)
  • A Beautiful Mind .... Sol (2001)
  • According to Spencer .... Feldy (2001)
  • Fast Sofa .... Jack Weis (2001)
  • All Over the Guy .... Brett Miles Sanford (2001)
  • Waking Life (voice) .... One of Four Men (2001)
  • Sunset Strip .... Marty Shapiro (2000)
  • Edtv .... John (1999)
  • Babe: Pig in the City (voice) .... Flealick (1998)
  • Saving Private Ryan .... Pvt. Stanley Mellish (1998)
  • Some Girl .... Freud (1998)
  • Scotch and Milk .... Jim (1998)
  • Relativity (TV series) .... Doug Kroll (1996-1997)
  • Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco (voice) .... Pete (1996)
  • The Prophecy .... Jerry (1996)
  • Higher Learning .... David Isaacs (1995)
  • Dazed and Confused (film) .... Mike Newhouse (1993)
  • Son in Law .... Indian (1993)
  • Mr. Saturday Night .... Eugene Gimbel (1992)


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