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Overview (4)

Born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Birth NameGeoffrey Lawrence Gould
Nickname Badger
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born to actors, character actor Geoffrey Gould began stage acting at age of eight, but began working professionally in commercials, movies, and television, in the early 1990s. At 16 he joined (and remains a Life Member of), the community theater group Studio Players of Upper Montclair (New Jersey), for which, apart from numerous adult productions (both on stage or running and/or designing sound), performed in several dozen one-act plays for children audiences for their Magic Trunk Players productions, from comical bungler types to the darkest villain characters. Since moving to the west coast in the late 1990s, Geoffrey has starred, co-starred and done supporting roles for well over 190 student films (for USC, LA Film School, AFI, NY Film Academy, UCLA, LACC, and Chapman University). He has co-starred in the horror film "Consumption" (working title "Live-In Fear"), for his producer friend Maria Olsen. He was cast as the lead as the vicious Victor Harland for J. Allen Williams' independent feature film "Everything," which shot in Missouri, Chicago, and London England. Geoffrey co-starred as the agoraphobic computer genius Tom in the Anthony Ferraro comedy science fiction web-series "Galactic Galaxy: The Series." The latter half of 2016 Geoffrey worked with writer/director Darren Lynn Bousman for his ambitious "The Tension Experience," a live immersive horror production, co-written by Bousman's writing partner Clint Sears. Geoffrey played a role only a fraction of the participants experienced, but intense enough those who experienced Geoffrey's room were invariably astonished. The weekend performances ran from September into mid November to massive high acclaim, also raising the bar for immersive horror theater experiences. Geoffrey has since been cast as the lead John Neibel in Jennifer Dawn's Forbidden Tears in-development motion picture "The Mansfield Killings," based on the Scott Fields novel of the true 1948 events, set to shoot in 2018 in Arkansas, and in Mansfield Ohio where the murders took place.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Geoffrey Gould

Trivia (11)

Loves doing stage shows for children, from comical bungler types to the darkest villain characters.
Has starred, co-starred and done supporting roles for well over 190 student films (for USC, LA Film School, AFI, NY Film Academy, UCLA, LACC and Chapman University).
Played Barnaby in the full stage operetta "Babes In Toyland" for the Livingston Community Players.
Began stage acting at age of eight.
At 16 he joined (and currently is a Life Member of) the community theatre group Studio Players of Upper Montclair (New Jersey), for which, apart from numerous adult productions (both on stage or running and/or designing sound), performed in several dozen one-act plays for children audiences for their Magic Trunk Players productions.
In the DVD of "Dude, Where's My Car?" (2000), as Geoffrey drives up next to Ashton Kutcher as a Cult Member, on the audio commentary, director Danny Leiner refers to Geoffrey's online page regarding his work on the film.
As the Alpine Rope Toss man in "The Man Who Wasn't There" (2001), Geoffrey's brief bit has its own same-named deleted scene on the DVD.
As the flamboyant Mr. Leon in "Stealing Harvard" (2002), originally as part of a montage of Megan Mullally's character Patty Plummer marrying numerous "Mr. Wrongs" in her life, the montage was not included in the finished film, nor were deleted scenes on the DVD. Only photos of the day's shoot can be found at his web page.
Shares his birth date with Daniel Day-Lewis and the late documentarist Timothy Treadwell of "Grizzly Man."
In the 2004 "Garfield" movie, Geoffrey is the uncredited Milkman as the opening credits conclude. Though he also worked on the 2006 "Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties" sequel, his work as an uncredited stablehand was not included.
From the age of 2, Geoffrey was raised in Pompton Plains, New Jersey; after high school Geoffrey lived in Montclair, New Jersey, and before moving to the west coast, lived in Verona, New Jersey.

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