Alex Goldberg is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter and director. More than a dozen of his plays, including five full-lengths, have been produced around the world. His play It is Done has been published (Original Works Publishing) and produced in both site specific venues in New York City and Hollywood, and in traditional regional theaters such as Theatre in the Park in Raleigh, NC and Theatre40 in Beverly Hills, CA. Other plays include America’s Brightest Star (Railroad Playhouse), Stock Home (FringeNYC), I’m In Love With Your Wife (winner, Outstanding Playwriting of a New Script, Midtown Int’l Theater Festival) and Mayor of the 85th Floor (Lab Results reading series, Antaeus Theatre Company). He is a two time O’Neill semifinalist and a one time finalist. He was commissioned by Antaeus Theatre Company to write the one-act plays The Six Pianos of Miradero and Annexing the Palisades for the Zip Code Plays Podcast Series. His one-act Dinner Theater won the Dubuque Fine Arts One Act Play Contest and has been produced across the country.

He wrote and directed the indie feature film Closure which won seven festival awards including two Best Feature awards (Washington D.C. Independent Film Festival and The Valley Film Festival) and two Audience Choice Awards (Austin Indie Fest, Manhattan Film Festival). Closure is distributed by Indie Rights and available on Amazon and multiple other platforms. He also directed the feature film Today Will Be Yesterday Tomorrow, which featured Billy Dee Williams.

He is a member of The Dramatists Guild, Inc. and ASCAP, a former playwright in residence at Railroad Playhouse in Newburgh, NY, former member of the Playwright/Director Unit at The Actors Studio West, and former member of The Playwrights Lab at Antaeus Theatre Company. He lives with his wife, actress Catia Ojeda, and their two sons, in Burbank.