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Debonair screen actor Jonathan Goldsmith is best known for his many villainous roles in film Westerns of the 1960s and `70s. With a signature beard and deep baritone voice befitting a range of characters of aristocratic origin, the actor later gained popularity as the commercial mascot for Dos Equis beer known simply as "The Most Interesting Man in the World." Goldman, a New York City native, embarked on his film career in the late `60s, initially performing under the stage name "Jonathan Lippe." Amassing dozens of credits under that name, Goldman switched back to his birth name after establishing himself as a reliable character actor in the Western genre. Following memorable guest appearances in the `80s on primetime soaps "Knots Landing" and "Dallas," Goldman took a hiatus from acting in the `90s. He returned in 2007 with a series of popular TV ads, playing a Hefner-like playboy who invokes the oft-quoted tagline "Stay thirsty, my friends."

Debonair screen actor Jonathan Goldsmith is best known for his many villainous roles in film Westerns of the 1960s and `70s. With a signature beard and deep baritone voice befitting a range of characters of aristocratic origin, the actor later gained popularity as the commercial mascot for Dos Equis beer known simply as "The Most Interesting Man in the World." Goldman, a New York City native, embarked on his film career in the late `60s, initially performing under the stage name "Jonathan Lippe." Amassing dozens of credits under that name, Goldman switched back to his birth name after establishing himself as a reliable character actor in the Western genre. Following memorable guest appearances in the `80s on primetime soaps "Knots Landing" and "Dallas," Goldman took a hiatus from acting in the `90s. He returned in 2007 with a series of popular TV ads, playing a Hefner-like playboy who invokes the oft-quoted tagline "Stay thirsty, my friends."

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 Major Crime (1998)
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