Goldin also hosts the HGTV series Spontaneous Construction, which premiered on the network on February 15, 2013. Goldin has appeared in several made-for-TV movies, including A Face to Die For in 1996 with Yasmine Bleeth.Goldin was born in San Francisco, California, the son of Paul Goldin, a London-born entertainer, behavioral psychologist and hypnotist who hosted in his own show in England, and Irish actress P. That same year, he also co-starred in Talk to Me, again with Yasmine Bleeth.It feels good to say it.” Chrishell said, "I love it.Every time I say it, I get a little cheesy grin on my face.” Of their “magical” wedding, Justin revealed, “It was everything we wanted.Goldin appeared in a promotion for the product I Can't Believe It's Not Butter! On March 5, 2008, a week after he announced he would be leaving the role of Gus on Guiding Light, Goldin joined All My Children in the recast role of Dr. In 2010, he was nominated for his third Daytime Emmy Award, his first for his work on All My Children, in the Outstanding Supporting Actor category.In 2011, he was nominated again, this time in the Outstanding Lead Actor category for All My Children.She has been in three celebrity relationships averaging approximately 6.0 years each. Given Name: Terrina Chrishell Stause Age: 36 (7/21/1981)Occupation: Entertainment - Actress Most Famous For: Amanda Dillon on "All My Children" "I can't change the past and I'm truly sorry that people got hurt along the way but not everything reported in the media is reality and continuing to rehash things publicly only makes it more difficult for everyone to heal.I hope for the sake of our children we can all move forward and heal privately.
Chrishell Stause is currently dating Justin Hartley.Both said they were still getting used to calling one another husband and wife, but insisted they are loving every second of it!Justin gushed, “I’m excited every time I get to say it, but I’m not quite used to it yet.Goldin remained with All My Children through to the final episode on September 23, 2011.
Goldin also hosted five Live from the Red Carpet Emmy shows for Disney/ABC.
Goldin began producing stage and television productions while in his 20s.