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Written by Academy Award nominee and Pulitzer-Prize winner Garry Trudeau (Doonesbury, Tanner '88), ALPHA HOUSE follows four senators who live together in a rented house in Washington DC. Goodman will play Senator Gil John Biggs of North Carolina, a grumpy man with a sense of entitlement from his years as a college basketball coach.
Four-time SAG Awards nominee John Goodman won an award this year alongwith his co-stars in "Argo." Other recent film roles include "Trouble With the Curve" and "Flight." Next up are two dramas - the Coen Brothers' "Inside Llewyn Davis" and George Clooney's "The Monuments Men" - and the comedies "The Hangover: Part III" and "The Internship." This summer, he reprises the role of Sulley in "Monsters University," the sequel to the Disney-Pixar animated film "Monsters, Inc."
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