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Lee Sanger Goldin has actively researched and written about the Kennedy Assassination for over ten years. He wrote and produced the documentary short Orphans of Camelot about the subject and authored the play Forever and a Day which portrays a fictionalized account of the assassination. The script is currently being adapted into a novel. As an actor, director and playwright, Lee has appeared in and produced dozens of theatrical productions. As a comedian, Goldin has performed at clubs, theaters, festivals and colleges across the country since the late twentieth century. He previously appeared in the San Francisco Improv Festival, Sketchfest New York, the Sacramento Comedy Festival, Endgames Improv, the Fracas Improv Festival and served as Commissioner of the Devil Mountain Improv League. While in New York he wrote for the sketch show This Live Show and appeared with the sketch group Season Two. His first short film premiered at the Castro Theater when he was 16 and his stop-motion web series Figures of Action was recently featured as an installation at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art. His radioplay The Lost Play was featured as part of Citizen Film’s Half Remembered Stories and he is host of the podcast Talk on the Internet. In the private sector, Lee served as Senior Content Developer for Sunrun, guiding the development and configuration of their Salesforce platform as the company blossomed from an innovative clean tech startup to a publicly traded mainstay of the renewable energy market. Lee currently serves as a manager in the Knowledge and Impact department of Nonprofit Finance Fund where he oversees the development, configuration and administration of Salesforce applications for one of the leading community development financial institutions in the impact investing sector. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and their dog Miss Moneypenny.

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