John Goodman has struggled throughout his life with alcohol addiction and the health problems that alcohol causes. However, he did not stop drinking alcohol even though he started to feel heart problems. He has celebrated his 70th birthday.
John Goodman will always be known for his fantastic performances in popular films such as Blues Brothers, Raising Arizona, and The Big Lebowski. One of the most important films in which he participated in The Flinstones.
The well-known performer has gone through a difficult period due to depression. He spoke about traumatic situations and the impact they had on his life. Goodman has struggled with alcohol addiction for many years and has admitted that alcohol has affected his career and personal life.
In addition to other diseases, alcohol has been the main cause of poor memory and depression that the well-known performer has experienced. He has often overdosed and he admits it.
He has tried to give up alcohol several times, but he says that he has started experiencing nightmares and feeling bad. Goodman said he couldn’t do it and would drink because it was okay. “At first I said, I shouldn’t do this.
But after all those nightmares, I said to myself, everything is fine. I do it all the time.” He says that nothing can stop him from drinking if he wants to. He admits that it all started when he was not working. His condition worsened even more with the consumption of alcohol and drugs.
Goodman said he loved acting and worked with passion. He talked about the interpretation of a film and said that it was a unique experience every time. But alcohol has hurt his life. “I don’t want to do anything and that’s crazy,” says Goodman.