Published On: Sun, Jan 8th, 2023

Lovable Oddball or Sexist Villain? The Genius of ‘Paul T. Goldman’

Paul T Goldman smirking

A lonely single dad finds a woman he believes to be the perfect stay-at-home mom for his son. They fall in love and get married, but things soon begin to sour. She asks for checks to be made out to strange businesses, takes an obscene number of phone calls, and meets strangers in the park. Because it turns out, she isn’t the perfect mom at all but a madam in charge of a large sex trafficking and prostitution ring for the mafia. And her husband uncovered it all in his pursuit of truth, justice, and fatherly love.

It’s a story that sounds too far-fetched to be true. And the author/actor/screenwriter/possible victim, Paul T. Goldman would agree with you. In fact, he owns up to the outlandishness of his tale many times while also maintaining its credibility. Paul T. Goldman (real name Paul Finkelman) has self-published his own book – Duplicity: A True Story of Crime and Deceit, written his own screenplay, and attracted the attention of director Jason Woliner (Nathan For You, Borat Subsequent Movie Film) who agreed to turn the story, Paul T. Goldman, into a docu-series for Peacock. The only condition? Goldman wanted to write the script and star as himself. 

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