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Oliver Goldstick
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Oliver Goldstick

A native of Detroit, Goldstick attended the University of Michigan for his undergraduate degree and Columbia University for his master's degree.

Goldstick has earned critical praise for the many shows he has written for the stage. His plays have earned him Dramalogue and Hopwood awards as well as nominations from the NAACP Theatre and L.A. Ovation Awards. Goldstick's numerous creations have been produced Off-Broadway and at venues across the country, including Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Arena Stage and the Dallas Theatre Center. His recent production, Dinah Was, is not only a Obie-award-winning musical but also has recently received Philadelphia's Barrymore Award and was broadcast on National Public Radio.

In addition to writing and producing for the stage, Goldstick also has many television series and projects under his belt. He wrote the television films Plainsong, starring Aidan Quinn and Rachel Griffiths, and the Emmy Award-nominated Bailey's Mistake, starring Linda Hamilton and Joan Plowright. On the series side, Goldstick was a consulting producer and helped launch Desperate Housewives, wrote and produced shows, including Everwood, Popular, Coach, Caroline in the City and the critically acclaimed drama American Dreams.

Goldstick currently lives in Los Angeles with his partner, and their two children.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.

Oliver Goldstick Facts

OccupationProducer, Screenwriter

Selected Filmography

Not available.