Adam Goldberg Net Worth

Adam Goldberg Net Worth

Adam Goldberg Net Worth

$6 Million

Net worth:

$6 Million

Date of birth:

Oct 25, 1970 (51 Years Old)




5 ft 10in (1.8 m).


Actor, Film producer, Musician/Musician, Musician/Film Editor, Singer, Composer, Screenwriter


United States of America

How much is Adam Goldberg worth?

Adam Goldberg, an American actor, director and producer, has a net worth $6 million. Adam Goldberg is best known for his roles in films such as “Dazed & Confused”, “Saving Private Ryan,” and “Zodiac.” Goldberg has appeared in numerous television series, including “Fargo”, “Saving Private Ryan,” and “Zodiac.” He also appears with Queen Latifah on “The Equalizer”‘s reboot. Goldberg is a director and co-writer of the films “I Love Your Work”, and “No Way Jose.”

Some of his TV credits include “Friends” with its spinoff “Joey,” and “Eek!” The Cat, “Double Rush”, and “The $treet.”

Goldberg is also an actor. His band LANDy’s debut album, “Eros and Omissions”, was released in 2009. Goldberg also appeared on “The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson” in 2011 with his band The Goldberg Sisters. Adam Goldberg has also been friends with members of The Flaming Lips. He appeared in “The Fearless Freaks,” their documentary, as well as “Christmas on Mars,” a science-fiction film written and directed Wayne Coyne. Steven Drozd, Flaming Lips drummer, was also a contributor to LANDy’s album “Eros and Omissions”.

Early Life

Adam Goldberg was born to Earl and Donna Goldberg in Santa Monica, California on October 25, 1970. His father is Jewish and his mother is a lapsed Catholic of Irish, German, French and some Mexican ancestry.

Film Career

Goldberg’s feature film debut was in 1992’s Billy Crystal’s “Mr. Saturday Night”. The next year, he was a larger role in Richard Linklater’s comedy “Dazed and Confused,” where he played the role of high school stoner Mike Newhouse. Goldberg also appeared in “Son in Law” that year. The 1995 fantasy thriller “The Prophecy,” which starred Christopher Walken and Virginia Madsen, Viggo Mortensen, and Elias Koteas was his next role. Goldberg then voiced Pete, a Bullmastiff, in “Homeward Bound II”: Lost in San Francisco. Goldberg’s most memorable role was in 1998 when he played Private Stanley Mellish, in Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-winning World War II movie “Saving Private Ryan”. Later, he lent his voice in George Miller’s “Babe: Pig in the City”, and appeared in Ron Howard’s “EDtv.”

In the early 2000s, Goldberg appeared in many films including “Sunset Strip,” Waking Life,”” “All Over the Guy,”,”Fast Sofa,” and “The Salton Sea.” In 2003, he played the role of the Jewish-sploitation comedy’s titular criminal fighter. Goldberg was next seen in “How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days” as well as the Flaming Lips documentary, “The Fearless Freaks.” He then directed and co-wrote “I Love Your Work”, starring Giovanni Ribisi. After that, Goldberg returned to acting in a variety of films including “Man About Town,”” “Deja Vu,”,”2 Days in Paris,”,”Zodiac,” From Within,” Christmas on Mars,” and “(Untitled). He was seen in “Norman,” “Miss Nobody,” and “Lost Angeles” in the early 2000s. Goldberg was back in the director’s chair for “No Way Jose” in 2015. He also wrote and starred in it. Other credits include “Rebirth”, “Between Us,” and “Once Upon a Time In Venice,” as well as “Running with the Devil.”

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Television Career

Adam Goldberg Net Worth

Goldberg’s first TV appearance was in 1990 on the sitcom “Designing Women.” He was a major role in the CBS sitcom Double Rush, and he also appeared on an episode of “ER” five years later. Goldberg played the role of Chandler’s crazy roommate Eddie Menuek in “Friends” season 2. He was also offered a major role in the ABC series “Relativity,” but that show was cancelled after only one season. Goldberg’s next major role was on “The $treet,” a short-lived series that aired in 2000. Over the years, he continued to land main and regular roles on a variety of short-lived series including “Joey”, a crime drama (“The Unusuals”) (2009), the police procedural “NYC 22”) (2012); “The Jim Gaffigan show” (2015)-2016; “Graves”, a comedy (2017); “Taken” (2018) and “God Friended me” (2019).

Goldberg also had four episodes as Nick Rubenstein in the HBO series “Entourage”, 2007. In 2014, he was cast as Grady Numbers in the FX black comedy crime drama “Fargo”. In 2021, Goldberg played the role of master hacker Harry

Keshegian in the second revival of crime drama “The Equalizer”. He is a co-star with Queen Latifah and Liza Lapira. Goldberg also appeared in the Lifetime television movie “The Anna Nicole Story”, where he played Howard K. Stern.

Music Career

A songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Goldberg released his first album, “Eros and Omissions,” in 2009. Goldberg also composed and orchestrated music for the films “I Love Your Work”, and “No Way Jose.” Goldberg released additional albums under the moniker of the Goldberg Sisters.

Photography Career

Goldberg is a photographer who has published books and had exhibitions. You can view a lot of his work on his Instagram account.

Personal life

In 2014, Goldberg married artist Roxanne Daner. The couple had two children, Bud and Sonny, after their first son died.

Real Estate

Roxanne and Adam paid $2.495million for a house in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, in August 2019. Adam also sold another property in Los Feliz just a few months before purchasing this home for $1.7million.

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