Brother Nate Golon graduated from Colorado State University with a B.A. in Speech Communications and was a member of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.
In 2009, Nate created and starred in the popular series, ‘Workshop.’ ‘Workshop’ Season 2 premiered on Hulu in April 2011, as the first ever independently produced half-hour comedy to air on the site.
In February 2012, Nate released his short film ‘Briefcase’ online. ‘Briefcase’ has been written up or featured on over 75 film sites worldwide. Netflix licenses ‘Briefcase’ for worldwide advertising and marketing use.
In the summer of 2013, Nate released his new comedy series, ‘My Synthesized Life.’ The show marked Nate’s directorial debut, as well as being the creator, executive producer and a recurring guest star. The show features a large cast of TV and web stars.
In June 2014, Nate released his first book, “Journey of Self: Six Months in the Japanese Countryside,” chronicling his hiatus from the entertainment industry, living and teaching English in a small town in Japan. The book became an Amazon #1 Bestseller within six hours.
In October 2014, Nate released his second book, “22 Original Modern Monologues for Actors and Actresses.”