Ricky Paull Goldin has been blessed to portray memorable characters on iconic daytime dramas on all three major networks. He appeared as a series regular on Another World, The Young & The Restless, Guiding Light, and All My Children. Along the way, Ricky picked up four Emmy nominations, two for Gus Aitoro on Guiding Light, and two for Jake Martin on All My Children. Currently, Ricky can be seen on The Bold and the Beautiful.
In addition to being Emmy nominated, Ricky also hosted Live from the Red Carpet shows for CBS and SoapNet.
From the age of three Ricky appeared in numerous TV shows, including Romper Room, Alf, and Kate & Allie, and has starred in TV & feature movies. He can also boast excellent straight theater and musical credentials from Grease and On Golden Pond, on Broadway, to Gilbert & Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance, in Dublin. Having a keen sense of humor, Ricky was thrilled to star in one of Disney's "CeReality," Web Series. The Young and the Breakfast featured Ricky as an insurance salesman with amnesia and an identity crisis. Sponsored by Kelloggs, it was a light-hearted look at daytime drama. Tapping into Ricky's hosting skills, he was also invited to take web viewers on a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the web series.
A complete change of pace is Ricky's passion for design. HGTV was so impressed with his work on a segment on Ricky's California home they featured on 'My Favorite Place' that the Network offered him a design and home renovation show. Spontaneous Construction premiered in February 2013, with Ricky as host and an Executive Producer.
Ricky is equally at home in front of and behind the camera, and loves both – acting and producing. His uncle is Jack Gold, the mogul movie Producer of many blockbusters, including “The Guns of Navarone,” “The Medusa Touch,” and “The Merchant of Venice.” Producing is in Ricky’s genes.
Ricky started producing for TV in his 20s. Back then Reality TV was in its infancy but Ricky was at the producing forefront with a summer hit dating show for ABC, and a get hired/get fired TV pilot. Ricky’s other successes included works for ESPN2, Telepictures, Warner Brothers, and Viacom.
In 2010, Ricky and his Production Company, GoldLine Entertainment, paid tribute to Ricky’s late father, Dr. Paul Goldin, with a one hour special about mysteries of the paranormal. Ricky created, hosted and Executive Produced “Seeing vs Believing,” which aired on TLC.
Ricky and GoldLine recently sold a pilot to MTV - All About the Benjamins - with Ricky on board as an Executive Producer. This documentary special airs on April 26th at 7PM Eastern/Pacific under the title MTV's True Life Presents: The Benjamins, and is part of MTV's recognition of Autism Awareness Month. Ricky is also currently an Executive Producer on the new web series Beacon Hill, shot entirely on location in Boston. Ricky can also be seen in Beacon Hill as Andrew Miller.
Ricky is based in New York and shares his life with his fiancée Gretta Monahan and their three year-old son, Kai Rei Goldin.