Saturday, January 26, 2013
The Affton native graces the cover of Alive Magazine this month, discussing the busy year he had promoting the Oscar-nominated "Argo" and "Flight," as well as upcoming projects.
You may know him as Dan Conner, "Sulley" Sullivan, or The Dude's best friend (or perhaps simply as a co-owner of O'Leary's in Sunset Hills), but actor John Goodman told ALIVE Magazine he doesn't really consider himself a Hollywood icon. The Affton native is the magazine's cover man for February, and talks about the busy year he had promoting movies in 2012, in addition to his upcoming projects, including "The Hangover 3," "Monsters University," and “The Monuments Men." See what he had to say about working with the "Hangover" stars on ALIVE.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
The Affton native and Sunset Hills (co-)restaurant owner will be honored at the May 2013 graduation. He was a graduate of Southwest Missouri State University.
Affton native John Goodman will be honored next May with an honorary degree from Missouri State University, News-Leader reports. The 1975 graduate of the former Southwest Missouri State University was chosen for his contributions to the university including supporting theater activities, charitable work, scholarship donations, according to the report. He is known in Sunset Hills as the current co-owner of O'Leary's pub. Read the full report on News-Leader. Related articles:
Saturday, August 11, 2012
The Sunset Hills pub, co-owned by actor John Goodman, seeks a new owner after 16 years in business.
Saturday, March 31, 2012
USA Today lists Boston Charlie’s 12 things to do in St. Louis
Charlie Brennan, the host of a 2-hour a day radio show on KMOX and host of the weekly talk show, Donnybrook on KETC, recently wrote a piece for USA Today on 12 things to do in St. Louis. After reading the list, I could tell that Charlie grew up in Ohio and came to St. Louis from Boston. #1 Charlie lists Lambert Field at the top of his list, saying the airport gives a first impression. He also notes that parts of two movies were filmed there. The AIRPORT! You have to be kidding. The reason movies were filmed there is because it is empty. It is dead! It is also one of the worst airports in the country, ahead of just perhaps the airport in Miami. My number one spot in St. Louis would have to be Forest Park. A world class zoo and an above…