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Stuart Goldman Biography, Age, Net Worth, Musical career,

Stuart Goldman is a journalist, screenwriter. A former pop music critic for the Los Angeles Times, and the L.A. Daily News,

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Stuart Goldman Biography

Stuart Goldman is a journalist, screenwriter. A former pop music critic for the Los Angeles Times, and the L.A. Daily News, Goldman was also the first entertainment editor of the L.A. Weekly. He also had a weekly column entitled, “Final Cut,” which earned him the moniker “The Journalistic Hitman.” Goldman’s penned first screenplay, The Bouncer was based on his L.A.Reader profile of L.A.’s toughest bouncer, “Big John.” Goldman optioned several other screenplays before selling his next film, “Snitch,” to Phoenix Films who attached Oliver Stone to direct the biopic, which was based on Goldman’s expose of the tabloid industry.

Initially, Goldman discovered him writing for left-wing articles and magazines in his early career. He was one of the L.A’s initial employees. Weekly. Ultimately, however, Goldman arose as a conservative journalist whose pieces often appeared in National Review and other right-wing newspapers. His works have been published in countless journals over the years, including Los Angeles Magazine, Rolling Stone

Goldman has been contributing a weekly column to for over three years. Goldman’s column has produced more reader response than any other columnist on the conservative blog, according to editor Joseph Farah.

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In 1989, both print and television, Goldman embarked on a three-year undercover inquiry into the tabloid sector. Using the pseudonym Wil Runyon (one of the many identities he has employed over the years), he spent three years as a “mole,” with the aim of exposing them as a “criminal organization.” He enlisted the help of former FBI agent Ted Gunderson and Gavin de Becker I threat-assessor.

Goldman wrote an article for Spy when he finished his inquiry. Goldman sold the rights to his story to Phoenix Pictures after a heated bidding battle, attaching Oliver Stone to direct the feature film.

Stuart Goldman Age

Stewart Goldman born Philadelphia, PA 1936, He attended Philadelphia College of Art, Subsequently teaching at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, 1968-2001. Recipient numerous grants and awards allowing extensive European travel

Stuart Goldman Musical career

Goldman was brought up in a classical musician family. Goldman’s dad is primarily acknowledged as a composer/conductor/ arranger, Maurice Goldman, for his contribution to the Yiddish music world. Goldman’s mom, Ethel Goldman, was the Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra’s youngest flutist at the age of 18.

As a youth, piano, cello, and trumpet were studied by Goldman. Goldman was enamored with the pedal steel guitar while in university. Over the next 10 years, Goldman played and recorded with numerous artists, including Hoyt Axton, Steve Goodman, Doc Watson, Tanya Tucker, Phil Everly, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Jo-El Sonnier, Garth Hudson, Leon Russell, and guitarist Albert Lee.

With former Kingston Trio member John Stewart and Cajun fiddler player Doug Kershaw, Goldman visited the United States and Europe. Goldman played several concerts before leaving the music scene as a member of the Texas Jewboys, backup band for country-singer-cum-detective-writer Kinky Friedman

Stuart Goldman Current Work/ Job

The present job of Goldman combines journalism with his renewed interest in Judaism — especially the Jewish music world. The project came into being after Goldman found that his father’s entire music collection had vanished after being loaned to an alleged “charitable” organization. While attempting to find the music of his father.

Goldman found that there were also missing collections of several other well-known Jewish musical composers. What Goldman had thought would have been a magazine article had become a book eight years later. Goldman published a book consisting of 40 years of writing, both fiction and non-fiction. The headline of the book is “In Manic Depression Adventures”

Stuart Goldman Non-fiction

  • Confessions Of A Poison Pen Artist, 1986
  • With Malice For All,1986
  • The Art Of Verbal Self-Defense, 1987
  • Letters To A Letter Junkie, 1988
  • Secrets Of The Super snoopers, 1995
  • Snitch: Confessions Of A Tabloid Spy, 1998
  • “Adventures In Manic Depression: Tales In Fine Madness”, 2013

Stuart Goldman Screenplays

  • The Bouncer, 1992
  • The Great Pretender, 1990
  • Spy Vs. Spies, 1994

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