Sydney Voiceover Kings Welcome Mike Home!!!!

The Sydney Voiceover community have welcomed me with open arms and fists full of beers at the recent voiceover people end of financial year drinks.

Yes, you may have guessed after 14 years in Queensland, I have left for cockroach territory. Sydney is now home for me as I prepare for something big and hairy in the media. Thankyou to all my good friends who have supported me in the Sunshine State, sharing so many good times and good beer with me, but as they say, all good things must come to an end. The lovely Tanya is coming with me to take on a job with a groovy fashion store in Bondi and I have a few surprises up my sleeve in TV, Radio and check out my column in this months RALPH mag. I still have a few shows coming up in Brisbane, like the Australian busking championships and other corporate stuff. My Dad, sisters and brother is in NSW plus Dad and his beautiful new wife Manel have just had a baby girl called Alexandria. Very excited about watching my little sister grow up in Sydney and being a big brother (36 years older) again.


Mike Goldman Actor, TV Host.


  1. Sonia says:

    Good luck with the move Mike and all your future endeavours… Sydney is an amazing place!! you certainly will be one of the brightest stars there 🙂 hopefully Kara and I can make another one of your shows in the future!!

  2. Thankyou so much!
    We’re really looking forward to the challenge.
    Cant wait!

  3. Rochana Perri says:

    Classic! I recognised a few faces. Man that takes me back a few years!

  4. Ahhhh Takes me back.
    Like youre 70 or something.


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