Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Ned Glass to Jane Greenwood
Gary David Goldberg Biography (1944-)
Born June 25, 1944, in Brooklyn, NY; son of George (a postal worker) and Anne(Prossman) Goldberg; married Diana Meehan; children: Shana Goldberg-Meehan,Cailin Elizabeth Goldberg-Meehan. Addresses: Office: UBU Productions,5555 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038.
- producer, writer
- Birth Details
- June 25, 1944
- Brooklyn, New York, United States
Credits; Television Work; Series
- Producer (with Hugh Wilson), The Tony Randall Show (also see below), CBS, 1977-78.
- Producer, Lou Grant, CBS, 1978-79.
- Creator and producer, The Last Resort (also see below), CBS, 1979.
- Director (with others), creator, and executive producer, Making the Grade, CBS, 1982.
- Creator and executive producer, Family Ties (also see below), NBC,1982-89.
- Creator and executive producer, Sara, NBC, 1985.
- Creator and executive producer, The Bronx Zoo, NBC, 1987.
- Creator and executive producer, Day by Day, NBC, 1988.
- Executive producer, Taking It Home, NBC, 1988.
- Executive producer, American Dreamer (also see below), NBC, 1990.
- Creator and executive producer, Brooklyn Bridge (also see below),CBS, 1991--.
- Also creator and executive producer of Duet, Fox.
Credits; Television Executive Producer; Pilots
Famous Lives, NBC, 1983.
Credits; Television Executive Producer; Movies
Family Ties Vacation (also see below), NBC, 1985.
Credits; Television Appearances; Specials
Inside "Family Ties": Behind the Scenes of a Hit, NBC, 1988.
It's Only Television, Nickelodeon, 1991.
- Also appeared on Today at Night, Volume II, 1986.
Credits; Film Work
- Producer (with Joseph Stern), and director, Dad (also see below),Universal, 1989.
Credits; For Television; Series, Except Where Indicated
- (With others) The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1976.
- (With others) Alice, CBS, 1976.
- (With others) The Last Resort, CBS, 1979-80.
- (With Alan Uger and others) Family Ties, NBC, 1982-89.
- (With Uger) Family Ties Vacation (movie), NBC, 1985.
- (With others) American Dreamer, NBC, 1990.
- (With others) Brooklyn Bridge, CBS, 1991--.
- Story editor for the series The Tony Randall Show, CBS, 1976-77.
Dad (based on the novel of the same title by William Wharton), Universal, 1989.
Newsweek, May 9, 1988.
New York Times, September 12, 1982; February 29, 1988.
Wall Street Journal, May 4, 1987.