Biography

Evan Goldberg (born 1982) is a Canadian film screenwriter and producer. Goldberg attended Point Grey Secondary School and McGill University before joining the staff of Da Ali G Show along with his childhood friend and comedy partner Seth Rogen. Rogen and Goldberg collaborated the films Knocked Up, Superbad, Pineapple Express, Funny People, and The Green Hornet. In a strategy to garner interest and funding, Goldberg created a pre-production trailer for Jay and Seth vs. The Apocalypse, a film he is now working on with Rogen. Goldberg and Rogen are both "obsessed" fans of The Simpsons. After learning that The Simpsons executive producer James L. Brooks was a fan of Superbad, they decided to ask the producers of the show if they could write an episode.  They were invited to The Simpsons writers room, where they pitched several episode ideas. One was accepted, and they wrote an outline with the help of some feedback from the regular writers.  It became the episode "Homer the Whopper", which was the season premiere of Season twenty-one.

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Evan Goldberg (born 1982) is a Canadian film screenwriter and producer. Goldberg attended Point Grey Secondary School and McGill University before joining the staff of Da Ali G Show along with his childhood friend and comedy partner Seth Rogen. Rogen and Goldberg collaborated the films Knocked Up, Superbad, Pineapple Express, Funny People, and The Green Hornet. In a strategy to garner interest and funding, Goldberg created a pre-production trailer for Jay and Seth vs. The Apocalypse, a film he is now working on with Rogen. Goldberg and Rogen are both "obsessed" fans of The Simpsons. After learning that The Simpsons executive producer James L. Brooks was a fan of Superbad, they decided to ask the producers of the show if they could write an episode.  They were invited to The Simpsons writers room, where they pitched several episode ideas. One was accepted, and they wrote an outline with the help of some feedback from the regular writers.  It became the episode "Homer the Whopper", which was the season premiere of Season twenty-one.

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Personal Info

Known For Production

Gender Male

Known Credits 29

Birthday -

Place of Birth Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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Also Known As

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Production TV ShowsMovies

All the WayProducer
Console WarsProducer
2018 Game Over, Man!Producer
2017 The Disaster ArtistExecutive Producer
2017 The Disaster ArtistProducer
2017 Goon: Last of the EnforcersExecutive Producer
2016 Sausage PartyProducer
2016 Preacher(11 episodes)Executive Producer
2016 Neighbors 2: Sorority RisingProducer
2015 The Night BeforeProducer
2014 The InterviewProducer
2014 NeighborsProducer
2013 This Is the EndProducer
2013 This Is the EndExecutive Producer
2012 The Guilt TripProducer
2012 The Guilt TripExecutive Producer
2011 50/50Producer
2009 Funny PeopleExecutive Producer
2008 Pineapple ExpressExecutive Producer
2007 SuperbadExecutive Producer
2007 Knocked UpExecutive Producer

Writing

Console WarsScreenplay
2016 Sausage PartyScreenplay
2016 Sausage PartyStory
2016 Preacher(1 episode)Story
2016 Neighbors 2: Sorority RisingWriter
2015 The Night BeforeScreenplay
2014 The InterviewStory
2013 Making a SceneWriter
2013 This Is the EndScreenstory
2013 This Is the EndScreenplay
2012 The WatchScreenplay
2012 GoonScreenplay
2011 The Green HornetScreenplay
2008 Pineapple ExpressStory
2008 Pineapple ExpressScreenplay
2007 SuperbadWriter
2007 Jay and Seth Versus the ApocalypseWriter
2000 Da Ali G Show(38 episodes)Writer
1989 The Simpsons(1 episode)Writer

Directing

InvincibleDirector
Console WarsDirector
2017 The Receipt: Bananas TownDirector
2016 Preacher(4 episodes)Director
2014 The InterviewDirector
2013 This Is the EndDirector

Creator

BigfootCreator
2017 Future ManCreator
2016 PreacherCreator

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