In his words: "I'm just a lazy boy. I'd rather sit in my recliner and act."
One of Hollywood's most lovable actors, John Goodman has battled weight problems for many years. From playing everyone's favorite TV dad on Roseanne to the wildly unstable Walter Sobchak in The Big Lebowski, Goodman has had great success at landing the roles of rotund characters. But at 56, he is flirting with a number of major health risks, including diabetes, heart attack, and stroke. There is hope for the former Roseanne star though. Goodman has reportedly cut back on his alcohol consumption and is working with a trainer to help get his weight under control.
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Goodman actually had to shed dozens of pounds to play Babe Ruth in 1992's The Babe.