Usually John Goodman plays an unattached character, a quirky loner. Like in his many famous Coen Brothers film roles. But, he’s had his fair share of wives during his 30+ career.
Acting wives, I mean.
Treme - (TV)
Right now, Goodman plays Creighton Bernette, a local professor and outspoken critic of the government’s response to Katrina. Melissa Leo plays his wife, Antoinette “Toni” Bernette.
Confessions of a Shopaholic –(Film)
Goodman plays Graham Bloomwood, the main characters father. His wife in this film was played by Joan Cusack
The Flintstones – (Film)
John brought cartoon character Fred Flintstone to life in the early 1990s. His wife Wilma was none other than Elizabeth Perkins.
Rosanne - (TV)
Probably John’s most famous wife, Rosanne Barr. He played Dan Connor for 9 years.
The Babe - (Film)
Before he brought Fred Flintstone to life, John played the immortal Babe Ruth. The female lead, Claire Hodgson Ruth, went to Kelly McGillis.
The Kingfish: A Story of Huey P. Long – (Film)
Goodman played this controversial Depression-era politician while Ann Dowd played his wife.
Speed Racer – (Film)
Speed’s Dad had a smokin’ mom, Susan Sarandon.
Year Without a Santa Claus - (TV)
The only person to match John’s girth as Santa? Delta Burke as Mrs. Claus,
Center of the Universe –
This TV series about a family that revolves around their father. Goodman played John Barnett, while Jean Smart portrayed his wife, Kate.
King Ralph – (Film)
Ralph was a lounge singer turned heir to the throne of England. And Camille Coduri played John’s long-time girlfriend.
Now, with the exception of Rosanne, John’s female acting relationships haven’t lasted very long. Fortunately, his real-life relationship has. John has been married to Annabeth Hartzog since 1989. They have a daughter.