Dale Godboldo co-starred as Carl Douglas in the Emmy-winning "The People v. OJ Simpson"
Featured Project: The Flyy Girl Trilogy of Films
Starring SANAA LATHAN, Dale Godboldo is Executive Producing LIONSGATE/CODEBLACK's "FLYY GIRL" by the New York Times bestselling author, Omar Tyree
Featured Project: Superstition
Coming soon … Superstition, from the creator of the $650 million Final Destination franchise. Produced by Dale Godboldo and distributed by Lionsgate/Codeblack.
The SUPERSTITION brand franchise of properties, exploring various superstitions around the world. Executive produced by the creator of FINAL DESTINATION.
Featured Project: The Maryanne Godboldo Story
Documentary feature film
Although a pillar of the community, Maryanne’s life was changed forever when she faced the threat of a SWAT team assault for refusing to give her daughter harmful psychotropic drugs.
Retail: Brigade LA
Brigade LA is the preeminent high-end women’s fashion boutique in downtown Los Angeles, located at LA LIVE.
Featured Project: Always in the Club
The first website for the millions of fans of The 90's Mickey Mouse Club, built and managed by the cast of MMC.
Dale Godboldo Enterprises (DGE)
From the 90's "All New Mickey Mouse Club" to playing Carl E. Douglas in the Emmy-winning "The People v. OJ Simpson," Dale Godboldo is a 25-year veteran of the film and television industries. Dale Godboldo Enterprises (DGE) is a brand with interests in retail, community service, and entertainment-related production, financing, distribution, and publicity/marketing. Partners and associates have generated a combined $9B in revenue and currently manage over $2B in investments.
WATCH Dale in scenes of "The People v. OJ Simpson"
August 7, 2013 – My Thai Life, a new one-hour scripted drama set in Thailand, has begun casting its international set of characters, and is positioning itself for both local and international distribution — still a relative rarity in the mostly domestic-minded Thai TV market. full story >>
March 19, 2013 A staged reading of short scenes by film and television writers, benefiting the anti-bullying organization Stand for the Silent (featured in the 2012 film BULLY). Click the image to see an enlarged version.