TV commercial for Toyota (2003)
1 Portrayal |
13 Interviews |
9 Articles |
2 Pictorials |
5 Magazine Cover Photos |
6' 4½" (1.94 m)
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I got good grades in school, but I was in a little school and a small town out of Pittsburgh, not academically demanding or ambitious, I don't know how much that says but I was not that science thrilled I was more in to playing sports, jazz, painting and acting, stuff like that, but recently because of playing these parts I've gotten more interested in science, my dad was a doctor, and I'm ...
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.
Often cast as either an intellectual of some sort (teachers, scientists, etc.) or an eccentric or both.