Geoffrey Going is an actor, singer, director, film and music producer. He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), The American
Federation of Radio and Television Artists (AFTRA), and Actors Equity
Geoffrey was assistant stage director for Bill Borden's new stage musical "Locals Only". He has been helping Mr. Borden develop this stage production over the summer. "Locals Only" will have it's world premiere at the Santa Monica Main Stage on the campus of Santa Monica College and then move to The BROAD Stage in October 2014. Geoffrey is currently training at The Groundlings School in Hollywood, CA..
Geoffrey acted July 3, 2014 and June 18, 2014 on CBS's "The Young & The Restless" (Episodes 10462, 10463, and 10473). He received a 2013 Scenie Award for his portrayal of "Jean Valjean" in the stage production "Les Miserables".
Geoffrey was in the October 22nd 2012 issue of "CBS Soaps in Depth" magazine. In this magazine he was photographed on "The Young & The Restless" set. He was also nominated for a "2012 Broadway World Award" for his portrayal of the role "Captain Walker" in the Los Angeles revival of "The Who's Tommy" at The MET Theatre. On July 14, 2012 Geoffrey performed in a celebrity benefit concert version of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "CATS" at The Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles. The concert starred Fred Willard. On June 15, 2012 Geoffrey debuted his character "Troy" on the Emmy winning soap, "The Young & The Restless" on CBS. In April 2012 Geoffrey filmed a commercial based on the "ALLSTATE" Insurance "MAYHEM" commercials where he played the Mayhem man. This aired in 2012 in Texas and Colorado. In March and April 2012 he performed in the rock opera, "The Who's Tommy" portraying the role of "Captain Walker" to sold out performances at "The MET Theatre" in Los Angeles, CA..
In 2012/ 2011 /2010 Geoffrey worked on FX's "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", CBS's "Mike & Molly", NBC's "Up All Night" and "The Cape", CBS's "The Young & The Restless", and "The Bold & The Beautiful".
In August 20011 Geoffrey performed at the Los Angeles historical Orpheum Theatre in a celebrity concert of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "CATS".
June 2010 Geoffrey portrayed the classical composer "Felix Mendelssohn" in the new musical, "Mendelssohn! On Wings of a Song", which was a participant in the Los Angeles Opera's Ring Festival
In 2009 Geoffrey produced the film "Marie" and also was the film director and writer on the short film SCI-FI thriller "Code Level 9". In 2009 Geoffrey portrayed "Chris" in the stage production "Miss Saigon" in Los Angeles and continued to tour with his concert/one man show. After performing his solo show at The Canyon Club, Geoffrey portrayed "Jekyll" and "Hyde" in Frank Wildhorn's Broadway smash musical, "Jekyll and Hyde" as well as "Ladislao" in the World Premiere of the musical "CAMILA", which was a participant in Stephen Schwartz's, "Festival of New American Musicals" (www.lafestival.org) in Southern California. You can hear Geoffrey's version of "This is the Moment" on ITUNES and other music sites. Geoffrey was chosen to perform for Broadway Legend Barbara Cook at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, CA.. Later Geoffrey toured to Beijing China where he performed in, "American Reflections: Broadway In Concert". Geoffrey has also been hired to perform on the New York, Los Angeles, London, and Canadian stages. His acting credits include work on film, television, stage, and commercials. Geoffrey studied voice, theatre, and dance privately and at UC Irvine and The Boston Conservatory. He sings in the pop, rock, Broadway, classical, and jazz styles. He can sing in the italian, french, german, and spanish languages. He has performed in musicals, operas, rock concerts, cruiselines, and private events, which include celebrity and high profile clients. He's a recording artist and has recorded solo work as well as musical theatre cast recordings. Currently he is in the studio recording original songs for his first album. He continues producing, performing, and teaching voice privately in the Los Angeles area. Geoffrey also continues to produce music concerts at venues like the Key Club in Hollywood with prominent promoters. Geoffrey studied film,television, and music producing at UCLA Extension. He was assistant to Emmy Award winning producer Michael Gallant and the production coordinator for the educational series "Journeys Below The Line": "LOST","ER", and "24" presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation. Geoffrey's work can be seen on film, television, and commercials including an "ALLSTATE Insurance Mayhem Spoof"commercial, "March Madness" commercials for college basketball, the independent films "Life's A Pitch", "Fury Brothers", "Madly In Love", and commercials by GAP, NOKIA, and American Airlines. Geoffrey's talent has been showcased in performances of "HAIR", "Somewhere In The Dark" (in development), "Esteban" (Off-Broadway and London productions),"West Side Story", "Suburbia", "The Lion In Winter", "Jesus Christ Superstar", "The Who's Tommy", "42nd Street", and numerous other stage productions and cruiselines.