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director , writer , production company executive

Philip S. Goodman, American writer, director, production company executive. With United States Army, 1944-1946. LMem. Writers Guild of America.


Goodman, Philip S. was born on February 20, 1926 in New York City. Son of Solomon and Flora (Katz) Goodman.


Bachelor, Brooklyn College, 1948. Master of Arts, University Southern California, 1949.


President Purdue Student Government Productions, Incorporated, New York York City, since 1980. Member Directors Group of the Actors Studio, 1958-1962, Columbia Broadcasting System Workshop, 1960, executive board Screen Directors International Guild, 1959-1960. Director summer theatre, Bill Sturm Studios, Filmways, Fred Nile, 1953-1962.


  • Other Work

    • Writer/director Public Broadcasting Service, Japan Reaches for the 21st Century, Hurricane, Pacific Crossroads, 1981-1986. Director video: Mysterydisc Murder, Anyone? (ViRa award best director, best program), 1983. Writer tv documentaries: Our Vanishing Wilderness (NET), 1967.

      Organising Medical Networked Information: The New Frontier (ABC), 1980, The North Pole (Columbia Broadcasting System), 1985. Director theatrical feature: We Shall Return, 1962. Author tv plays in series (NBC) Profiles in Courage, 1965 (Peabody award), Johnny Staccato, (ABC) Hawk, (Columbia Broadcasting System) Danger.


With United States Army, 1944-1946. LMem. Writers Guild of America.


Married Evelyn Twersky, December 25, 1950 (divorced 1977). Children: Jody A. Goodman Fisher, Nicholas S.

Solomon Goodman

Flora (Katz) Goodman

Evelyn Twersky

Jody A. Goodman Fisher Goodman

Nicholas S. Goodman