Born and raised in South Florida, Evan Golden now resides in Coral Springs, Florida. He grew up playing many sports and excelled in Tennis, where he was USTA 10 and under champion. In high school at Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Parkland, Florida he started falling in love with the camera co-hosting the schools news program.
Evan came upon his entertainment career in a moment of serendipity. While accompanying his sister to an MTV audition, Evan was spotted by MTV producers and asked to audition for a special with Carmen Electra and Evan got that part and made a statement. From there he was asked to appear on the WB Television Network now CW first ever Prom Special. Golden also guest appeared on other programs like “Trigger Happy TV“, “The Mandy Moore Show” and “Wanna Come In?” on MTV. After interning at WPLG Channel 10 ABC network affiliated and graduating from the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida with a degree in Interpersonal Communications and Film, he continued pursuing a career in the entertainment industry.
Evan is a successful print model appearing in national campaigns for Disney World, Aqua-Leisure, Full Armor, Sacino’s Spokes model for EPIC PCS Wireless, and has recently been named Universal Studios Orlando spokes model, where he lead the Electricty, Twister, Grad Bash and CityWalk campaigns.
You may have seen Evan in national television advertisements for Ovaltine, where you can hear him say that famous tag line, “More Ovaltine Please!” He has also appeared in commercials for the Walt Disney Wilderness Lodge, Bowman’s Online Sports, Orange, E! and Rockstar Energy Drink.
Evan’s quick wit and charisma landed him the gig as host of local Entertainment TV shows in the Orlando and Miami areas. His first job as an entertainment reporter was for Orlando Live and then a pilot for VideoFame.
The producers of VideoFame were so impressed with the show’s pilot, they decided to increase the budget and give him his own show called A-List TV which is set to air in the Miami market in 2006.
Love and fatherhood has took him into a production role back down to Florida to be near family. He is now a successful television producer and you can see him only in the credits, but look out for his two sons, who already began working in the biz.