Actor and Comedian Michael Goldstrom, is described as “a tour de force that will leave you roaring” (Los Angeles Times). "Juilliard-trained Michael Goldstrom rises to the challenge with a brilliant, bawdy, bravado performance. With a physical appearance and acting style reminiscent of a restrained Robin Williams, Goldstrom is a bundle of taut energy held loosely, delivering delightful comic moments with focus and precision." (syracuse.com). He’s been on Comedy Central, HBO, NBC, ABC, A&E, Reelzchannel, in films, on and off Broadway, in clubs from New York to Los Angeles, on Last Comic Standing, and he’s performed for over 15,000 people at Walt Disney Concert Hall with the LA Philharmonic and at Avery Fisher Hall with the New York Philharmonic. A graduate of the Juilliard School Drama Division and Columbia University he’s been called “amazing” (Los Angeles Times), “blisteringly funny” (LA Weekly), “impressive” (NY Daily News), “brilliant” (Times Delphic Online), “very funny” (Broadway.com) “masterful”, (Chautauquan Daily), “marvelously colorful” (Backstage West), and “absolutely magnificent” (LAstagescene). No money was exchanged for these comments.
Growing up in the wilds of San Francisco, Dallas and New York City, with a Romanian mother and libidinous father, Michael trancscends race and gender to bring an international yet uniquely American perspective to comedy. Morphing into different personalities from around the world, he passionately explores contemporary issues of love, identity, and technology creating “a truly engaging figure onstage.” (Hartford Courant).
Based in Los Angeles, he eats an exorbitant amount of chocolate, and is fascinated with theories of consciousness.