Bio 

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Jackson Goldberg is an American actor, musician, writer, comedian, and interpreter based in New York. He recently received a nomination for Best Lead Actor in a Play by the 2018 Theatre Tampa Bay awards for his work in Bad Jews.

He recently appeared in the AEA National Tour of There is a Field by Jen Marlowe, where he created 17 different characters ranging from ages 8-50, speaking in Arabic, Hebrew, and English. Recent theatre credits include Youth (Brody) written by Debate Society intern Nicholas Vasilios Pappas at Playwright's Loft III, INVASION! (Actor A: Lance, Guide, Journalist, Apple Picker ) by Jonas Hassan-Khemiri at Theater for the New City, NYC. Rabindranath Tagore's The Post Office (Patrick Moore) at George St. Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ, and Gruesome Playground Injuries (Doug) by 2010 Pulitzer prize finalist Rajiv Joseph at 4615 Theatre Company in Washington DC. 

Television and Web Series credits include: Anim8ed (Tommy Mann), conceived and directed by Friends director Robby Benson, Wreckless Endeavor Productions' new series Royal Inn Motel (Milton), the upcoming film of Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well directed and adapted by Julliard's Shakepeare authority, Deloss Brown. Jackson starred in Act Natural: The Untold Story of the Natural Actor, A series he co-wrote and produced with longtime collaborator and friend ZZ Satriani.  Jackson is a member of Actor's Equity Association and graduated from Indiana University Bloomington where he holds a B.A. in Arabic language. Jackson is from San Francisco, CA.