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April 10, 2023
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Ashley Nicole Black to Moderate 'A Conversation With Brett Goldstein' on NAB Show Main Stage

Ashley Nicole Black

Ashley Nicole Black

Washington, D.C. -- NAB Show today announced that two-time Emmy-award winning writer, actress and comedian Ashley Nicole Black will moderate a fireside chat with actor, writer, producer and all-around multihyphenate Brett Goldstein. In "A Conversation with Brett Goldstein," on the NAB Show Main Stage Monday, April 17, at 4 p.m., Goldstein will discuss his multifaceted creative career, how he balances his various roles, and his process for creating compelling content.

Black has worked on several comedy shows, including HBO's "A Black Lady Sketch Show," TBS' "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee," and the upcoming Apple TV+ series "Bad Monkey." As a writer and actor, she has worked alongside Goldstein on Apple TV+'s "Shrinking" and "Ted Lasso," which has earned 40 Emmy Award nominations and 11 wins in its first two seasons. Now back in LA, she has signed an overall deal to produce content for Warner Bros. Television Group's many platforms.

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