Phillip B. Goldfine is a film, television and Broadway Producer. He won the Academy Award as Executive Producer in 2014 for Best Documentary (Short Subject) film The Lady In Number 6: Music Saved My Life and the Emmy in 2011 for writing for the Variety Show El Vacilon.
He began his career as a development and production executive at companies including FBC (Fox Broadcasting Corp.), New Line Cinema and Trimark Pictures. Goldfine’s credits include an eclectic library of over 120 other motion pictures.
As a development executive he worked on such motion pictures as The Mask starring Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz, and Jim Carrey’s first dramatic role, Doing Time on Maple Drive. As a producer he has worked with such stars as Wesley Snipes, Jack Black, Hilary Swank, Shirley MacLaine, Denise Richards, Mark Ruffalo and many others. Goldfine has produced films for all the major studios including MGM, Universal Studios, Paramount, Sony, Disney, Warner Bros. and Lionsgate Films.
Mr. Goldfine has also produced for many of the major networks and streaming sites including Netflix, A&E, CBS, Reelz Channel, National Geographic and the SyFy Channel.
2019 was a new milestone year for Goldfine as the Broadway play he served as co-producer on TOOTSIE THE MUSICAL won two Tony Awards. In 2020 he’s as busy as ever producing more content.
In his spare time Phil Goldfine’s latest endeavor is to break the world record in the 50 Meter Men’s Freestyle swimming event and become the only human being to have ever won an Oscar, an Emmy and a Swimming world record.