Brian Goldner

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Brian Goldner
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Job(s)Executive, Producer

Brian Goldner (April 21, 1963October 11, 2021) was an American business chief executive and film producer, serving as the CEO of Hasbro from 2008 to his death. Goldner began working for the company in 2000 for the Tiger Electronic branch and later served as the executive producer for the 2007 Transformers film. He continued producing a number of Hasbro films, for Transformers, G.I. Joe and of course, My Little Pony.

Goldner is the father of Brooke Goldner, a voice actress and the late Brandon Goldner, who in 2017, had a playground named after him. In 2020, Brian Goldner would disclose that he had prostate cancer. He took an immediate leave of absence due to medical reasons on October 10, 2021 and died a later at his home, he was only 58 years old.

In Goldner's place, Richard Stoddart would serve as a brief interitem CEO until Chris Cocks would eventually take over as his true successor.


  • Producer - My Little Pony: The Movie
  • Executive Producer - My Little Pony: A New Generation
    • This would be the final film that Goldner produced to be released in his lifetime and the second to final film he would produce, with the posthumous Transformers: Rise of the Beasts coming out in 2023.
    • Features the voice talents of Brook Goldner, his daughter.

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