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Bill welcomes novelist, screenwriter, playwright and journalist Gary Goldstein to the show. Gary has written more than 15 produced telefilms plus the indie features “If You Only Knew,” “Politics of Love” and “Mr. 365.” Gary has also sold or optioned many original screenplays, has a string of episodic TV credits and has sold half-hour pilots to NBC and Warner Bros TV.
He was represented on the Los Angeles stage in 2017 with the World Premiere of his acclaimed three-sisters dramedy "April, May & June," produced by Theatre 40 of Beverly Hills. It won five Broadway World award nominations including Best Local Production. Other L.A. stage credits include the comedies "Just Men," "Parental Discretion" and "Three Grooms and a Bride," which all enjoyed long, well-reviewed runs. Gary’s family drama "Curtain Call" premiered at Carmel, CA's Pacific Repertory Theatre, while "Dinner at the Harbor Reef," a drama "based on fact, rumor and Hollywood," debuted in a staged reading in 2019 at Beverly Hills' Theatre 40.
Gary has also been a contributing film reviewer and feature writer for the Los Angeles Times since 2007. His debut novel, “The Last Birthday Party,” was published August 2021 by Hadleigh House. His second novel, the family drama “The Mother I Never Had,” is coming out October 2022.