About Dale

Dale Godboldo starred in Ryan Murphy’s Emmy, Golden Globe, NAACP Image Award, and BAFTA winning The People V. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story as ‘Dream Team’ attorney Carl E. Douglas, opposite Sarah Paulson, John Travolta, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Courtney Vance, and Sterling K. Brown.

Watch Dale in scenes of “The People v. OJ Simpson”

Dale began his career on the 90’s All New Mickey Mouse Club alongside Ryan Gosling, Justin Timberlake, Keri Russell, Britney Spears, and Christina Aguilera, ultimately appearing in over 130 television episodes including Bones, ER, and FOX’s Wanda at Large opposite Wanda Sykes and Jurnee Smollette, and a dozen films including Marvel’s Thor, The Sum of All Fears, the Will Smith produced Lakeview Terrace, the Brad Pit produced Year of the Dog, and the 2009 remake of Fame.

Dale will next be seen throughout 2017 in the Season 2 Premiere of USA’s Colony, and the Series premiers of BET’s The Comedy Get Down and MARVEL/FOX’s The Gifted (Watch Trailer f/ Dale).

Behind the camera, Dale produces films under the Dale Godboldo Enterprises brand, and as COO of Global Renaissance Entertainment Group – whose management, partners, and advisors have collectively generated over $9B in worldwide sales with over $2B currently under management.

Dale will next serve as Executive Producer of Lionsgate/Codeblack’s Flyy Girl trilogy of films starring Sanaa Lathan and Produced by Effie Brown (“Dear White People,” HBO’s “Project: Greenlight,” the “Untiled Lee Daniels Drama” with Queen Latifah.)

Dale will also produce the $90 million “White Witch of Rose Hall” trilogy and the “Superstition” franchise by the creator of the Final Destination series of films, which have generated over $650 million worldwide.

In 2014, Dale founded Always In The Club Foundation – a member of The Clinton Foundation‘s Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), and announced Project:NOW – an initiative that rapidly addresses the educational needs of at-risk youth. Project:NOW’s first fundraiser was held in New York with George W. Bush on September 24, 2014. The evening was hosted by “The Good Wife’s” Chris Noth and sponsored by unite4:good.

Always In The Club Foundation is fiscally sponsored by Godboldo’s International Arts & Philanthropy Foundation (IAPF), which also sponsors Breed Life Foundation. IAPF recently held its first fundraiser at City Summit & Gala featuring honored guests and speakers including Quincy Jones, John Travolta, Halle Berry, Anthony Mackie, Russell Simmons, and billionaire businessman John Paul DeJoria.

Dale was also an early member of CGI’s LEAD program alongside Chelsea Clinton, Yahoo’s Olivia Khalili, Thirst Project’s Seth Maxwell, and other accomplished young industry professionals and entrepreneurs who are committed to mentoring and collaborating with the next generation of leaders to address our world’s urgent challenges.

Dale has also fundraised for Unite4:Humanity with Robert DeNiro, Martin Scorsese, Bill Clinton, Alicia Keys, Selena Gomez, Sean Penn, and Julia-Louis Dreyfus, and with support from James Cameron, fundraised for Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, Halle Berry’s Jenesse Center, and Ne-Yo’s Compound Foundation.

Dale’s other charitable activities have included fundraising for Kids In The Spotlight, volunteering for anti-bullying organization, Stand For The Silent, and serving as a judge for Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Competition, where millions of dollars in scholarships have been raised to send outstanding young ladies to college. Godboldo was recently honored by The Los Angeles Urban League’s Young Professionals for his work in the community.

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