Adam Goldberg

Chinese On Christmas

‘The Goldbergs’ creator on that Jewish culinary ritual.

12/17/2013
Special To The Jewish Week
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It’s easy to feel like you really know Adam Goldberg. He’s warm and funny. He asks questions with genuine interest and listens attentively. Having a conversation with him quickly makes you feel like you’re talking to an old friend. Another reason it’s easy to feel like you know him is because, if you’ve seen ABC’s hit sitcom, “The Goldbergs,” which he writes and produces, you’ve had an inside look at his 1980s childhood in the Philadelphia suburb of Jenkintown, Pa.

The TV versions of their creators' real-life family, which celebrated Christmas with Chinese. Image courtesy ABC

‘This Is Like Growing Up In My House’

Adam F. Goldberg, the writer of a new ABC sitcom, has created a boisterous family not unlike his own. But don’t look for Molly Goldberg.

09/25/2013
Jewish Week Book Critic
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The newest Goldberg family on television has a grandfather who looks like he’d be at home in Miami or Boca. George Segal plays Pops, a widower who likes to date, loves spoiling his grandkids and especially enjoys tutoring them in the ways of love. In this week’s premiere episode of “The Goldbergs,” the new ABC sitcom set in the 1980s, Pops hands over his car keys to 16-year-old Barry and teaches 12-year-old Adam to get the attention of a pretty waitress.

Adam F. Goldberg

Producer Hopes To Make 'Hebrew Hammer' Sequel

01/09/2013

Actor Adam Goldberg will reprise his 2004 role as Mordechai Jefferson Carver, the badass Jewish avenger known as The Hebrew Hammer in an upcoming sequel – if its producer can raise the cash.

Fans said Adam Goldberg really nailed it as the "Hebrew Hammer" in 2004 comedy.
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