|Years active 2004–present|
Upcoming movie Sausage Party
Spouse Lisa Goldberg (m. 2012)
Name Evan Goldberg
TV shows Bigfoot
|Born 1982 (age 32–33)Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
Occupation Screenwriter, film producer, film director
Education Point Grey Secondary School, McGill University
Movies This Is the End, The Interview, Superbad, Pineapple Express, Neighbors
Similar People Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, James Franco
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Evan Goldberg (born May 11, 1982) is a Canadian screenwriter, film producer, and director. He has collaborated with his childhood friend Seth Rogen in several films, including Superbad (2007) (which they first conceived as teenagers), Pineapple Express (2008), This Is the End (2013) (their directorial debut), and The Interview (2014).
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- Personal life
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Goldberg was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, to a Jewish family. He was raised in Marpole. He attended Point Grey Secondary School (where he met Rogen) and McGill University, and is married to Lisa (Yadavaia) Goldberg.
Goldberg started his writing career joining the staff of Da Ali G Show for its 2004 season, along with his childhood friend and comedy partner Seth Rogen. They collaborated on the films, Knocked Up, Superbad, Pineapple Express, Funny People and The Green Hornet. In a strategy to garner interest and funding, Goldberg created a pre-production trailer for Jay and Seth versus the Apocalypse, which was later made as This Is the End, and was released in June 2013. Goldberg and Rogen are both "obsessed" fans of The Simpsons. After learning that The Simpsons executive producer James L. Brooks was a fan of Superbad, they decided to ask the producers of the show if they could write an episode. They were invited to The Simpsons writers room, where they pitched several episode ideas. One was accepted, and they wrote an outline with the help of some feedback from the regular writers. It became the episode "Homer the Whopper", which was the season premiere of season twenty-one.