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Geena Davis (1987 - 1990) (divorced)
Patricia Gaul (1980 - 1986) (divorced)
Is the voice behind the iMac/iBook commercials for Apple Computer.
(1995-1997) Engaged to Laura Dern.
In a jazz band with actor Peter Weller (they were also in a band together in the movie "Buckaroo Banzai") -- they perform at local clubs in LA.
Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:
In his best performances, the quirky, lanky Goldblum combines relaxed, naturalistic dialogue delivery with impeccable comic timing. But he just as easily slips into excessively mannered characterizations that can be off-putting, which may explain why he's not considered "box office." Following a small but memorable part as a violent thug in the original Death Wish (1974), he won small but noticeable roles from Robert Altman in California Split (1974) and Nashville (1975). He had a showy bit part in Annie Hall (1977, uttering the memorable line, "I forgot my mantra"), and a strong supporting role in Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978). He costarred with Ben Vereen in the well-received (but poorly rated) 1980 TV series created by Stephen J. Cannell, "Tenspeed and Brown Shoe." Audience recognition finally came with his performance as the "People" magazine reporter in Lawrence Kasdan's The Big Chill (1983). He costarred in the cult favorite The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension (1984) and had his first starring role (opposite Michelle Pfeiffer) in John Landis' Into the Night (1985). His casting in The Fly (1986) proved to be inspired, as his intensity perfectly suited the role of a scientist who goes too far in his experiments. His costar in the film was his then-wife, Geena Davis, with whom he also appeared in the disappointing Transylvania 6-5000 (1985) and Earth Girls Are Easy (1989)-the couple has since divorced. Goldblum has recently been active abroad, in The Mad Monkey, The Tall Guy (both 1989), Mister Frost (1990), and The Favor, The Watch, and the Very Big Fish (1991). He returned to the mainstream as the wisecracking mathematician in the megahit Jurassic Park (1993) and followed in Hideaway and Nine Months (both 1995).