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Entertainment: actor John Goodman celebrates pickup success: So the "Roseanne" star took 90 kilos!

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Actor John Goodman recently flaunted his new physique on "The Freak Brothers" premiere red carpet at Fred Segal on Monday, December 6. Goodman apparently lost 200 pounds, donned in a pair of jeans, an orange V-neck sweater, and a sports coat. And during his visit, he posed for photos with According to Page Six , the 69-year-old actor began his transformation in 2007. He "continued to yo-yo" and decided to change his lifestyle entirely, beginning to hover around 400 pounds. On His Longtime Routine. The "10 Cloverfield Lane" star also got interviewed by ABC back in 2017, admitting a routine

JOHN Goodman was all smiles as he showed off his svelte new figure at the premiere of Tubi’s new animated show The Freak Brothers. The Conners star has shed over 200 pounds since overhauling his lifestyle in 2017, when he topped out at nearly 400 pounds. "In the old days, I would take three months out, lose 60 or 70 pounds, and then reward myself with a six-pack or whatever and just go back to my old habits,” he told ABC. "This time, I wanted to do it slowly. Move, exercise. I’m getting to the age where I can’t afford to sit still anymore."

Since John Goodman (69) almost did not recognize! The American actor showed a film premiere in Los Angeles with a surprisingly slim figure.

  Schauspieler John Goodman feiert Abnehmerfolg: So nahm der „Roseanne“-Star 90 Kilo ab! © Provided by Berliner Kurier

John Goodman became known mainly by his role as an overweight family father in the US hitserie "Roseanne". Also series wife Roseanne, played by Roseanne Barr (69), struggled with extra kilos again and again. But now the 69-year-old had really enough of many obesity. Because as slim as on the film premiere of "The Freak Brothers" in Los Angeles one had never seen the acting star.

in jeans, an orange sweater and a dark gray blazer kicked the "Big Lebowski" star on the red carpet. And showed his clearly slimming figure pride into the cameras. All 90 kilos had decreased in the past four years. And: The 69-year-old feels good with his new weight.

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JOHN Goodman continues to turn heads as he shows off his dramatic weight loss.And after years of yo-yo dieting, the actor says the fat is gone for goo. John now plays the lead in the spinoff The Conners, which stars most of the original cast with the exception of Roseanne . The star even won a Golden Globe for his role in the 2018 reboot of the show. John says he has also been sober since 2007 and continues to focus on a healthier lifestyle, admitting that at the end of the day, he is his own best motivator to keep the weight off.

Goodman seemed to admit as much in an interview with hosts Craig Melvin and Hoda Kotb that aired Tuesday morning. The 67-year-old actor revealed that he only took his current role as Dr. Eli Gemstone on HBO's The Righteous Gemstones after the Roseanne reboot was cancelled by ABC. The show, however, would go on to get one more reboot in the form of a spinoff series called The Conners, which focuses on the family from the ' 90 s sitcom in the aftermath of the original shows titular character's death.

But the kilos did not tumble so easily with Goodman. Sweattrifting years are behind the well-known Hollywood star. Already in 2007 he had a try to fight against the obesity and to lead a healthier lifestyle, as he betrayed against the gossip magazine "Pagesix" now. But the Jo-Jo effect always picked up the actor.

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"I used to remove 60 or 70 pounds in three months, but then I returned to my old habits," explains Goodman. The keeping success was therefore only short duration for the first time.

When Goodman had noticed that he repeatedly fed back into old patterns, he changed his strategy. Four years ago he revealed "Live with Kelly": "This time I wanted to tackle it slowly. Move me, exercise. I am now at an age, in which I can no longer afford to sit around. "

as a Goodman in 2017 then almost 200 kilos weighed, he finally pulled the tear. He firmly intended to ultimately take off - in his own pace, but in the long term.

His first step was that the "Roseanne" thoroughly stopped drinking alcohol. In the second step he even committed a personal trainer who forced him to run at least 10,000 steps a day. Nutritionally, Goodman put on fish, olive oil, vegetables, nuts and fruits during his diet. Also helped to portion his food better, he said.

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Remembering the Hollywood trailblazer and first Black man to win a Best Actor Oscar. Soon after, there was a third, and a fourth, and the achievement became unexceptional. Poitier could not have asked or hoped for more — nor, by carrying the banner for change for so long, so stoically, and with so little company, could he ever have done a greater service to those who followed him. "I'll always be chasing you, Sidney," said Washington that night, speaking for more than one generation. "I'll always be following in your footsteps. There's nothing I would rather do, sir — nothing I would rather do.

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