Michael Goldstein has been professionally entertaining and educating children for over 20 years. He's especially proud of having opened for medicine's funny man, Patch Adams as well as having performed at Donald Trump's 40th birthday party.
Known for his big heart, unmistakable enthusiasm, and love of children, The Sheriff of Fun character brings children's motivational entertainment to new heights. Developed in 1993 to meet the special needs of children undergoing rigorous cancer treatments, The Sheriff of Fun lessens the anxiety experienced by children and their families by coaxing smiles and laughter in the face of fear and adversity.
A 1991 graduate of Rutgers University with a BA in Theater Arts and Communication, Goldstein has had a variety of experiences that have shaped the performer and educator that he is today. His background includes four years at the Epstein School in Atlanta as the Student Activities Coordinator, acting in the Shoestring Players at Edinborough Fringe Festival in Scotland, and acting with the Hampstead Players Touring Company. A versatile actor, he has also been a street performer in Europe, performed at Showboat Hotel and Casino and Soaring Eagle Resort, hosted Family Fun Night for the Northlake Mall in Atlanta, and has played the "Spirit of First Night" for the cities of Atlanta, GA and Fayetteville, AK. In recent years, he has been a premier performer at The Ranch at Little Hillis Ranch and a regular at Round Hill Country Club.
The Sheriff of Fun's hospital and camp outreach programs have reached children across the country. Michael has enjoyed working with CURE, The Brain Tumor Foundation for Children, and Camp Care, among others.
Michael has just launched an exciting new video product that is completely customized to the specific children who are the recipients of the video.