Simon Goodman: Simon & Schuster Speakers Bureau

Simon Goodman

Treasure Hunter and Author


Born in London shortly after WWII and educated at the French Lycée in London, then at Munich University, Simon Goodman entered the music business in the late 1960s, specializing in breaking new British artists abroad.


Goodman’s The Orpheus Clock, is a dramatic story, told with great heart, and reveals a rich family history almost obliterated by the Nazis. It is not only the account of a twenty-year long detective hunt for family treasure, but an unforgettable tale of redemption and restoration.


Goodman is married to the actress and teacher May Quigley and has one son and three daughters. He lives in Los Angeles where his search for his family’s treasures continues.



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  • Art History/Provenance/Collecting/Art Looting
  • Art Business
  • European History: The Holocaust and WWII
  • Jewish History

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