The grandson of Hollywood pioneer Samuel Goldwyn, actresses Frances Howard and Clare Eames, and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Sidney Coe Howard, who also won an Academy Award for his screenplay for Gone With the Wind.
Began acting career on-stage in 1985; won an Obie award in 1991 for The Sum of Us.
In one of his first TV roles, played a young man dying of AIDS on a 1987 Designing Women episode that received two Emmy nominations.
Appeared in the 2010 Broadway revival production of Promises, Promises, opposite Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes.
1995, Screen Actors Guild Awards — Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture: Nominee
Samuel Goldwyn — Grandfather
Catherine Howard Goldwyn — Sister
John Goldwyn — Brother
Emily Goldwyn — Niece
Clare Eames — Grandmother
Tess Frances Goldwyn — Daughter
Samuel Goldwyn Jr. — Father
Frances Howard — Grandmother
Anna Musky-Goldwyn — Daughter
Sidney Howard — Grandfather
Jane Musky — Wife
Peggy Elliott — Stepmother
Francis Goldwyn — Brother
Jennifer Howard — Mother
Attended Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, United States; Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, United States (BFA, 1982); The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, London, England
Birth Name: Anthony Howard Goldwyn
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, United States