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Also Known As: Died:
Born: January 24, 1934 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: executive

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Last Mogul, The (2005) Cast
2.
 Tur Och Retur (2003)
3.
 Charlie's Angels Uncensored (2003) Interviewee
4.
 Hello, He Lied (2002) Interviewee
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1956:
Worked in ABC-TV research department
1957:
Special projects supervisor NBC-TV research department
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Joined Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn ad agency (responsible for daytime TV and overall broadcast coordinator)
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Returned to ABC-TV as manager of program development
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Became vice president in charge of daytime TV programming
1966:
Named vice president in charge of network TV programming
1969:
Saw production of first story idea on TV, "The Over-the-Hill Gang"
1969:
Resigned from ABC-TV; became vice president of production at Screen Gems
1972:
Left to form Spelling-Goldberg Productions with Aaron Spelling
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Executive produced TV series, "The Rookies"
1972:
Became owner, operator Leonard Goldberg Productions (also established Mandy Films)
1974:
Executive produced first feature, "California Split"
1986:
Named president, COO of 20th Century Fox
1989:
Resigned from Fox
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Education

The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania: Philadelphia , Pennsylvania - 1955

Notes

Goldberg has been nominated for Emmys three times with the TV series, "Family" (1976/77, 1977/78, 1979/80). The producer is known for having introduced the made for TV movie during his time as ABC's head of programming, also for such shows as "The Dating Game" (1965-73), "The Newlywed Game" (1966-74) and "Dark Shadows" (1966-71) and with Aaron Spelling "Charlie's Angels" (1976-81), "Starsky and Hutch" (1975-79), "Fantasy Island" (1978-84) and TV movie, "The Boy in the Plastic Bubble" (1976). Goldberg is a member of the Malibu Racket Club.

Goldberg is a member of the board for the Spectradyne Inc.

He is also a member and on the board of directors to Cedars Sinai Hospital.

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wife:
Wendy Goldberg. Married on November 26, 1972; born c. 1943; formerly married to Robert Mirisch.

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father:
William Goldberg.
mother:
Jean G Goldberg.
sister-in-law:
Toni Howard. Agent. Works at ICM.
step-son:
John Mirisch. Film distributor.
step-son:
Richard Mirisch. Production assistant.
daughter:
Amanda Goldberg. Producer, former fashion consultant. Co-produced film version of "Charlie's Angels".
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