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JOHN GOODMAN is
one of the entertainment industry's most respected actors in motion picture, television, and stage productions. The St. Louis native received a
B.F.A. in theatre from Southwest Missouri State University.
His film work includes four collaborations with Joel and Ethan Coen: "Raising Arizona," "Barton Fink" (for which he received a Golden Globe Award nomination), "The Big Lebowski," and, most recently, "0 Brother, Where Art Thou?" Among his other films are David Seltzer's "Punchline," Taylor Hackford's "Everybody's All-American," Harold Becker's "Sea of Love," Steven Spielberg's "Always," Frank Marshall's "Arachnophobia," David S. Ward's "King Ralph," Arthur Hiller's "The Babe," Joe Dante's "Matinee," Luis Mandoki's "Born Yesterday," Brian Levant's "The Flintstones," Keith Gordon's "Mother Night," Gregory Hoblit's "Fallen," Pete Hewitt's "The Borrowers," John Landis' "Blues Brothers 2000," Martin Scorsese's "Bringing Out the Dead," Mike Nichols' "What Planet Are You From?," David McNally's "Coyote Ugly," and Mark Dindal's (animated) "The Emperor's New Groove."
For his roles in the teleflims of "Kingfish: A Story of Huey P. Long" (directed by Thomas
Schlamme) and Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire" (directed by Glenn Jordan),
Goodman received Emmy Award nominations. He was nominated for an Emmy Award seven
times for his portrayal of Dan Conner on the hit series "Roseanne," which also earned him a
Golden Globe Award. Most recently, he starred in the series "Normal, Ohio."
Goodman's stage work has ranged from regional productions to off-Broadway shows to the original Broadway productions of "Loose Ends" and "Big River."
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