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It's been fun, obviously if you want to be an actor and you think of being successful you always thought that would go along with it, I never thought that was a horrible thing, in fact I've enjoyed it, it's a sweet thing you feel on most encounters, like it's an amazing rare thing that you feel connected to people in a way you're not strangers, you're not bumping into people and they go hey! ...
In three films, Jeff Goldblum
plays characters that have some sort of vomit-related sickness. In The Right Stuff
(1983) he plays a NASA promoter who gets seasick. In The Fly
(1986), Seth Brundle gets motion sickness which is why he invents teleporting. And in Independence Day
(1996), David Levinson gets airsick. It's unknown if Goldblum actually suffers from any of these.
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