Brett Goldstein is no stranger to us as he has starred in award-winning movies such as Ted Lasso, Superbob, and Adult Life Kids. His unique visuals and undeniable acting skills made him a heartthrob among his fans.
Brett has made an impression on the television world. But one question remains unanswered, does the Emmy-winning Actor have a Juliet in his Life? Hang on to your seats as we unravel his love life.
Brett's Early Life: Age, Education, and Childhood
Brett Goldstein was born to a British Jewish family and raised in Sutton, London. He was born on July 17, 1980, and turns 42 as of 2022. He grew up alongside his sister named Tara Goldstein Carr. Tara is the founder of School Of Comedy based in England.
Following his graduation from high school, he enrolled in acting lessons at the University of Warwick, where he earned his degree in Film & Feminism. After that, the Adult Life Skills actor moved to Spain to work on a strip bar bought by his father in an apparent 'mid-life' crisis.
The 42-year-old eventually transformed his experience into a stand-up comedy act, "Brett Goldstein Grew Up in a Strip Club," and presented at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Beginning Of His Professional Career
The Ted Lasso actor originally started as a writer who has written for shows such as The Catherine Tate Live Show and his solo stand-up shows.
His first acting credit goes to Channel 4 comedy series Drifters. Similarly, for his work as Brendan in the film Adult Life Skills, he won the BIFA for Best Supporting Actor in 2016.
A Crazy Story: Getting Cast In Ted Lasso
It's already become a piece of modern-day entertainment folklore. The 41-year-old British actor began his career as a writer on Apple TV+'s popular breakout Ted Lasso.
However, after the first season's writers' room closed, Goldstein was struck by one of the characters, Roy Kent, the fearsome veteran forward of AFC Richmond, the show's British premier league soccer team.
He felt so connected to this stoic, strong guy that he emailed the production team a self-taped audition of five sequences.
Without a doubt, Brett got his role as Roy, and the rest is history!
Fun fact: Roy aka Brett won the Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Comedy Series at the 73rd Writers Guild of America Awards and received a Primetime Emmy Award for his outstanding work in Ted Lasso
Goldstein conceptualized and wrote the six-part anthology series Soulmates for AMC, based on their 2013 short film For Life, with Black Mirror writer Will Bridges.
On October 5, 2020, AMC premiered the series. The cast members are Sarah Snook, Malin Akerman, Betsy Brandt, JJ Feild, and Charlie Heaton. Goldstein just inked an overall deal with Warner Bros. Television as well.
Who Is the Soulmates' Writer Dating?
When the London native scored an Emmy for his role in Ted Lasso, he gave an excellent speech thanking his team, parents, and the 'love' of his life. At the end of his speech, he said,' Beth, I love you." He confirmed that his girlfriend is none other than comedian Beth Rylance.
Following his win, Beth took it to the internet to congratulate her boyfriend in a post mentioning, "I wanna cry so bad, but I don't think I can spare the moisture."
She also jokingly tweeted, "Today is the day that my boyfriend goes to the Emmys as a Best Supporting Actor nominee and I am at home on my second load of laundry." We can guarantee that this is one of the best comedy couples we've seen in a while.
Who is Beth, you might ask? Beth Rylance is a writer and actress who has appeared in BBC Laugh Lessons (2021), A Plea for Grimsby (2015), and School of Comedy (2009).