Adorable African-American tyke made his big-screen debut at age eight as Burt Reynold's co-star in the action comedy, "Cop and a Half" (1993). Noticeably talented and outgoing from the age of three, G...
Racine, Wisconsin, USA
|Co-starred with Burt Reynolds in Henry Winkler's comedy, "Cop and a Half"|
|Raised in Charlotte, NC|
|Met with Burt Reynolds on the "Evening Shade" set for a film test|
|Audition tape seen by casting directors Meg Lieberman and Irene Cagen|
|Moved to L.A. with parents|
|Made an audition tape for a recurring role on "True Colors"|
|Began appearing in national and regional commercials|
|Flew to Burbank each week for TV commercial workshop classes|
|TV acting debut, "True Colors"|
His work in commercials led to a 1992 guest spot on Fox's "True Colors", a short-lived interracial family sitcom. This in turn led to Golden being considered for a recurring role. However, when the casting directors of "Cop and a Half" saw Golden's audition tape, they arranged for him to take a screen test with Burt Reynolds. He passed with flying colors and found himself in the movie business.
|Norman Golden||Father||job transferred to LA in 1991|
|Theresa Golden||Mother||job transferred to LA in 1991|
|Rachel Golden||Sister||born c. 1977|
|Raquel Golden||Sister||born c. 1980|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.