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JOHN GOODMAN (Larry) last teamed with Nicolas Cage in the hit Coen brothers comedy "Raising Arizona." He also appeared in the Coen brother's features "The Big Lebowski," "Barton Fink" (for which he received a 1992 Golden Globe nomination) and "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Most recently, he completed filming "What Planet Are You From?" directed by Mike Nichols.

Born and raised in St. Louis, Goodman studied Theatre at Southwest Missouri State University, where his classmates included Tess Harper and Kathleen Turner. After coming to New York in the mid-1970's, he appeared in "Half a Lifetime" and "The Chisholm Trail Went Through Here" for Manhattan Theatre Club and acted regionally in plays at the La Jolla Playhouse, Ford's Theatre and the L.A. Theatre Center. He starred on Broadway in "Loose Ends" in 1979 and "Big River" in 1985.

Goodman made his motion picture debut in "C.H.U.D." His long list of subsequent films includes "Sweet Dreams," "True Stories," "The Big Easy," "Punchline," "Everybody's All-American," "Sea of Love," "Stella," "Always," "Arachnophobia," "King Ralph," "The Babe," "Matinee," "Born Yesterday," "The Flintstones," "Mother Night," "Fallen," "The Borrowers" and "Blues Brothers 2000."

For eight seasons, Goodman played Dan Conner in the hit TV series "Roseanne." His work earned him seven Emmy nominations and a Golden Globe. His other distinguished television work includes the HBO movie "Mystery of the Morro Castle," the CBS production of "A Streetcar Named Desire," in which he played Mitch, and TNT's "Kingfish: A Story of Huey P. Long." He received Emmy nominations for the latter two.

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