While ABC had high hopes for its 1996-1997 TV series “Relativity”, the show failed to connect with the audience but the network was high on Adam Goldberg who played Doug Kroll; ABC signed him to and exclusive development deal. Goldberg’s voice and style have easily loaned themselves to cynical and acerbic characters. like the cynical, former delinquent bike messenger in the “Double Rush” (CBS, 1995) and as Matthew Perry’s neurotic roommate from hell several 1995 episodes of “Friends” (NBC).
Born and raised in Southern California, Goldberg knew early on he wanted to act and by age 14 was already studying professionally. He made his feature film debut in 1991 as the younger brother (in the early sequences) in “Mr. Saturday Night,” and earned notice as Mike, the neurotic high school junior whose machismo and intellect are in conflict in “Dazed and Confused” (1993). The same year, he played the slave and henchman of Christopher Walken in “The Prophecy”. The actor lent his distinctive… read more