Evan Goldberg Poster


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Mini Bio (1)

Evan Goldberg was born in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1982, where he attended the Point Grey Secondary School before going on to McGill University. Upon graduation he went to work as a writer on the American television version of Sasha Baron Cohen's Ali G character, along with his old childhood friend, actor-writer Seth Rogen. The pair have consequently collaborated on several movies, starting with the comedy 'Superbad', which they first conceived as teenagers, as well as contributing an episode of 'The Simpsons'.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: don @ minifie-1

Trade Mark (1)

Often works with Seth Rogen

Trivia (1)

Evan is co-owner of the Gravy Train Poutinerie, a food truck that serves the magical Canadian dish Poutine.

Personal Quotes (3)

[on sidekicks and "The Green Hornet"] - We [Seth Rogen and himself] always thought the concept of the sidekick was the most offensive thing in the whole world. You're both running and getting shot at and, like, Robin's the sidekick? Why the hell is he the sidekick? He's right in front of the gun too. That's kind of what's cool about the Green Hornet. They're both badass, Kato looks a little cooler. They both kick ass, Kato kicks a little more. We had a sidekick movie planned and when it ["The Green Hornet"]came to us we just looked at each other and said, 'This is it.' ... The sidekick just seemed like the perfect application of our buddy-comedy-sidekick male love story.
[observation, 2013] All my cousins are almost old enough to start seeing my movies. I'm going to have some 'splainin' to do.
[on his controversial comedy 'The Interview'] Obviously we knew North Koreans might not love every minute of it. To us, it's like a big silly movie more than anything. I don't think anybody should get bogged down thinking it's a political movie, because it's not.

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