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THE HOSTS

EVAN MARSHALL

EVAN MARSHALL

Executive Producer & Host

EVAN MARSHALL is a Creative Executive Producer with more than 30 years of film and television production experience. He graduated (barely) with a degree in Communications from Virginia Tech, then spent more than a decade as a producer with America’s Most Wanted (FOX and Lifetime).

 

An avid sports fan, he directed the documentary Late Rounders which toured film festivals and received awards and distribution deals. He was also a Director, Producer and Project Manager for Cortina Productions where he created and supervised innovative museum installations for clients that included high profile sports franchises.

He won the prestigious MUSE Silver Award in 2020 for NASCAR Hall of Fame Engine AR Experience, and led the creative team to 2016 Communication Award by International Sports Heritage Association.

He is an active member of the Producers Guild of America and currently a Senior Project Manager and Executive Producer for seeds marketing + design.

 

He lives with his wife, Alison Marshall, who is a nurse (to others, not just him) and their dog Mollie, in Reston, Virginia.

ALEX GOLDBERG

ALEX GOLDBERG

Executive Producer & Host

ALEX GOLDBERG is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter and director. He wrote and directed the indie feature Closure which won seven festival awards including two Best Feature awards (Washington D.C. Independent Film Festival and The Valley Film Festival - Los Angeles) and two Audience Choice Awards (Austin Indie Fest, Manhattan Film Festival).

 

Closure is distributed by Indie Rights and available for streaming. He directed the feature Today Will Be Yesterday Tomorrow, which featured Billy Dee Williams. His recent plays ANNEXING THE PALISADES and THE SIX PIANOS OF MIRADERO were commissioned by Antaeus Theater Company and available for streaming as radio plays.

 

His play IT IS DONE has been published and produced multiple times. 16 of his plays have been produced across the country and on three continents.

He is a member of The Dramatists Guild, Inc. and ASCAP, a former playwright in residence at Railroad Playhouse in Newburgh, NY, former member of the Playwright/Director Unit at The Actors Studio West, and current member of the Playwrights Lab at Antaeus Theatre Company.

 

He was born in Washington D.C., raised in Northern Virginia, attended Skidmore College, lived in New York City for over a decade and now lives with his wife, actress Catia Ojeda, and their sons, in Burbank, California.

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