Ken Golden
Line Producer

Born and educated in New York City, Ken started his career as a child actor and attended the High School of Performing Arts. During his undergraduate work at New York University, he discovered filmmaking and stayed on to graduate with a Master of Arts in Film Production.

During a career spanning over 40 years, he has worked as Production Manager, Associate Producer, Line Producer and Producer on many theatrical feature films as well as films for television and for producers/directors including John Schlesinger (Honky Tonk Freeway), Louis Malle (Atlantic City and Alamo Bay), Mel Brooks (84 Charing Cross Road), Ivan Reitman (Ghost Busters II) and Joan Micklin-Silver (Big Girls Don’t Cry).

He is currently producing for Major Motion Pictures LLC, a development and production company in New York and Los Angeles. Ken is a long term past member of both the Producers Guild of America and the Directors Guild of America. He also has taught Producing, Production Management, Screenwriting and Film History as Adjunct Faculty at Emerson College, the New England Institute of Art and Lasell College.

He is a father of three and currently resides in the Boston area.