EPE Live: Harris Goldberg (Director) was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, November 17, 1972. He started doing stand-up at age sixteen. His older brother, Daniel Goldberg, wrote and produced such successful films as "Stripes" and "Meatballs." He went onto produce "Junior," "Road Trip" and the upcoming, "Old School" for Deamworks. Harris followed his brother to Los Angeles where he sold his first screenplay within a week and was then signed to William Morris the week after. Twenty-five studio films later he scored his biggest success with Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999). His next film is the upcoming May release, The Master of Disguise (2002) starring Dana Carvey and produced by Adam Sandler. He also hosted the Montreal Comedy Festival in 1998.
Harris went onto direct "Where's Angelo" starring Michael Madsen, Beverely D'Angelo and Robert Forster which premiered at "The Hollywood and Santa Barbara Film Festivals." Harris wrote the autobiographical "Numb," his directorial feature debut. Starring Matthew Perry, Mary Steenbergen, Kevin Pollak and Lynn Collins it recent premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival and winning Best Feature Audience Awards in Chicago and the Ojai Film Festival.
He and Rob Schneider made a notable appearance on Conan O'Brien performing their "Blue Man Ass Group during the 5th anniversary show.
Goldberg veered into television writing pilots for HBO, NBC, ABC, TNT, USA,
He's about to start production on his next feature.