Adam Goldberg starred in the television series “The Unusuals,” and has had roles on “Friends,” “My Name Is Earl,” “Entourage,” “ER” and “Medium,” on the Network. Most recently, Goldberg’s starred in the feature film “Untitled.” His other film credits include “Dazed and Confused,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “A Beautiful Mind,” “Waking Life,” “The Prophecy,” “Déjà Vu,” "The Hebrew Hammer,” "The Salton Sea,” “Two Days in Paris,” “Miss Nobody,” “Norman” and “From Within.” As a filmmaker, Goldberg wrote, directed, co-edited, produced and starred in his first film, “Scotch and Milk,” which made its debut in 1998 at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, and was featured on the Sundance Channel series “10 Best Films You May Never Have Seen.” He co-wrote and directed his second feature, “I Love Your Work,” which was produced through his production company and released by Think Film in 2005. Goldberg also composed the film's original music with The Flaming Lips’ drummer Steven Drozd. In addition, he directed, co-edited and produced the comic documentary short, “Running with the Bulls,” for the Independent Film Channel. In 2009, Goldberg released an album of original songs under the moniker “Landy.” It was recorded over six years in several states and, in addition to Goldberg, features such musicians as Steven Drozd and Aaron Espinoza, from the band “Earlimart,” with whom he mixed the record. His hometown is Los Angeles and his birth date is Oct. 25. His twitter handle is @theadamgoldberg.