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John Goodman
June 20, 1952 -
Nationality: American
Category: Actor
Subcategory: American Actor

Believe me, nobody likes to loaf more than me.


It was cool for a couple of weeks, but how much bad golf can you play?


I'm really getting to appreciate traditional jazz now - the New Orleans stuff - a lot more than I did before.


It was a fight for a very long time. After the end of the first season, all that was done.


Pardon me for loitering in front of an orchestra.


As far as I know, the guys at Pixar are opposed to a Monsters, Inc. sequel.


That was all Rose, and Rose knew what she was doing. Her main thing was story.


Social Security's future has gotten worse, and each year we delay reform adds to the cost we are pushing off onto our children.


I hated Woody Woodpecker and Scooby-Doo, but I was a cartoon freak.


TV is the best babysitter.


Like, every couple of months you read, they rewrite, you come back in, they've animated more stuff - they usually videotape you while you're reading it - so they'll incorporate some gestures and some facial expressions into it.


But I'm not as bad as Al Pacino - he doesn't even know what month it is half the time when he's working.


Then I started checking out blues albums from the library and playing the harp along with them.


I'd like to come back because I really miss doing situation comedy.


Basically, though, I'm just lucky to love what I do for a living.


When I was a kid, I loved Popeye, but the old ones, the real old ones.


I flew into New York for the Raising Arizona audition, and we just started joking around.


Yeah, the material's been good so far, although I'm sure there's got to be a drought coming someday.


People in Medicaid ought to have access to the same insurance as the rest of the population. If they are segregated, it will be a poor plan for poor people.


This happens to be that the power of laughter and love would beat out the power of fear every time. You know, I hate to sound corny about it but it's true, and I think that's what this movie is about.


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