In May 2013, Goldin joined the cast of the CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful.
Ricky Paull Goldin was born in San Francisco, California, the United States as Richard Paull "Ricky" Goldin. His father was an entertainer, behavioral psychologist and hypnotist and his mother was an actress. Goldin spent his most of his childhood in California, England, and New York. Goldin’s nationality is American and his ethnicity is White.
He was born on January 5, 1965, as the son of father Paul Goldin and mother P. He has four siblings, Sarah, David, Bobby, and Katie-Jane.
In 2001, Goldin began portraying Gus Aitoro on the longest-running, but now canceled, soap opera Guiding Light on CBS.
He portrayed the role from 2001 until his character was killed off on April 1, 2008.
"Well, I always told myself I'm never bringing anyone that like I really, really like onto the show.
And then Ryan and I, I've known him forever, and we're just very comfortable. He doesn't play into it, and he's not fake and using me.
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.
Among his movie credits, Goldin has had roles in Piranha II: The Spawning (1981), The Blob (1988) and Lambada (1990).
After successfully breaking up the couple, Rick and Maya settle into their cushy new life ruffling quite a few feathers along the way as Maya supports of Rick's ruthless business tactics.
Characterized by some critics as a "social climber" and a "gold digger," Maya becomes a popular "love to hate" character for viewers due to her schemes and manipulations in her attempts to get what she wants.
Daytime Confidential specifically referred to Maya as the black version of the iconic All My Children character, Erica Kane (Susan Lucci).