Goodman, John Stephen

Born: Jun 20, 1952 AD
Currently alive, at 63 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Actors, Comedians, Entertainers

1952 - John Stephen Goodman, born on the 20th of June in
Affton, Missouri, USA. He is a Golden Globe award winner and Emmy award nominated American actor.

1992 - Standing 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) and weighing nearly 400 pounds, Goodman had to lose weight in order to play Babe Ruth in the movie The Babe.

1995 - He first appeared as "Mighty" Mack Blues on Saturday Night Live on the 25th of March.

2000 - He had his own short-lived sitcom called Normal, Ohio, in which he played a gay man who returns to his small hometown to start a new life. Viewers did not respond well and critics panned the show.
       - He was star in the film Blues Brothers.

2001 - He continued to perform alongside Aykroyd (Elwood Blues) and Jim Belushi (Zee Blues). Soon after that, health problems forced him to shelve the character.

2004 - He starred alongside Jean Smart in the CBS sitcom Center of the Universe; it, too, was critically panned and quickly cancelled.

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