About Sean Goodman
Sean Goodman was was born in 1984 to parents Steve and Abbe Goodman. Sean was a beautiful baby boy. His smile was precious. He was the best older brother to his two brothers Aaron and Michael.
Sean's Favorite singers were Barbara Streisand and Josh Groban. Sean was selfless, caring, and loved by all.
At a young age Sean started to develop a musical ear and would play notes on the piano at his grandparents house. He would play piano recitals as much as he could. That was the beginning of a beautiful relationship with music.
At the age of 13 while practicing for his Bar Mitzvah, his beautiful singing voice was discovered. As he got older, he started participating in school choir and acting performances. His first leading role was in the Valencia High School's performance of " The Importance of Being Ernest"
Soon after he was not only given many more solos in choir, but it also led him to participate in several Canyon Theater Guild musical productions.
Sean was so good that he was awarded a scholarship to California Institute of the Arts. There, Sean was able to learn more skills and techniques that he was able to take with him to not only star as the leading role in "Dracula," but also led him to do many professional recordings.
Sean always strove for perfection in all of his performances and exceeded all expectations. Unfortunately his life was cut short at just 35 years old. We have started "The Sean Goodman Foundation for the Performing Arts" to keep his memory alive and to share his love and passion with others. Rest in peace our Angel of Music.