David Goodman

David Goodman may refer to:

  • David Goodman (politician) (born 1967), member of the Ohio Senate
  • David Goodman (athlete), Australian Paralympian
  • David A. Goodman (born 1975), American writer and producer
  • David G. Goodman, American Japanologist
  • David S. Goodman (born 1958), British international master chess player
  • Dave Goodman (record producer) (1951–2005), English musician and early sound engineer/record producer for the Sex Pistols
  • David H. Goodman, American television writer and producer
  • David Zelag Goodman, film and television writer
  • Dave Goodman (musician), Canadian guitarist and singer-songwriter from Victoria B.C.
  • David Goodman, sixth winner of the U.S. primetime version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire

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Pharmascience - David Goodman
... Dr.Goodman is the Chief Executive Officer of Pharmascience Inc ... Goodman’s leadership, Pharmascience has gone from being a strictly Canadian company to becoming an important player on the global stage, with worldwide sales now in excess of $700 million ...
David S. Goodman - Books
... Chess Library) by Raymond Keene, David Goodman (Paperback - January 1986) ISBN 0-02-028720-8 The Centenary Match Kasparov-Karpov III by Raymond Keene, David ...
David A. Goodman
... David A ... Goodman (born January 29, 1962) is an American writer and producer and a graduate of the University of Chicago, where he earned a BA in 1984 ... David Goodman also produced Stewie Griffin The Untold Story ...

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