Johan Golden

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Johan Golden in "En lun aften"

Johan Golden (born 9 June 1974) is a Norwegian comedian, musician, politician and radio and television presenter. He became known through the radio programme XL, and later through the television programme En L.U.N. Aften med Golden og Antonsen on the now defunct channel Metropol.

Golden stood on Det Politiske Parti's list in Oslo during the Norwegian parliamentary election, 2001, and his personal slogan was "Your slave in parliament". He is also part of the band DDR.

Golden's father is from the Caribbean with ancestors from Africa, and often describes himself as a negro. He has taken part in debates about the use of this word, and he defends the use of the term "negro". [1]

In winter 2006 he presented the programme Golden Goal on TV2 together with Henrik Elvestad. He worked for a while on the Kanal 24 programme Kommisjonen where he was the presenter together with Atle Antonsen. They later migrated to P4 with Misjonen, where they resembled the same radio program, but with a new label.

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