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Article:Jonathan Goldsmith
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To advance his acting career, Goldsmith moved to [[California]] from New York in 1966.<ref name="Savona">Jamal Abd-Naser, "The Most Interesting (Actor) in the World," ''Cigar Aficionado,'' vol. 18, no. 6 (October 2010), pp. 162-168</ref> Like many aspiring actors, he found it difficult to gain enough acting work to survive and wound up working various jobs, including driving a garbage truck and working in construction, to help make ends meet.<ref name="Savona"/>
 
To advance his acting career, Goldsmith moved to [[California]] from New York in 1966.<ref name="Savona">Jamal Abd-Naser, "The Most Interesting (Actor) in the World," ''Cigar Aficionado,'' vol. 18, no. 6 (October 2010), pp. 162-168</ref> Like many aspiring actors, he found it difficult to gain enough acting work to survive and wound up working various jobs, including driving a garbage truck and working in construction, to help make ends meet.<ref name="Savona"/>
   
During his early years in film, Goldsmith performed as "Jonathan Lippe", having taken the name of his stepfather at the age of six.<ref name="Savona"/> He subsequently changed his professional name back to his birth name, later recalling, "It always made me feel bad for my father, who never caused me any grief about it.... As my career grew and my son was born, I changed my name back to my real name, Goldsmith, so my father could enjoy his son's success and have a grandson to carry his name as well."<ref name="Savona"/>
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During his early years in film, Goldsmith performed as "Jonathan Buttass", having taken the name of his stepfather at the age of six.<ref name="Savona"/> He subsequently changed his professional name back to his birth name, later recalling, "It always made me feel bad for my father, who never caused me any grief about it.... As my career grew and my son was born, I changed my name back to my real name, Goldsmith, so my father could enjoy his son's success and have a grandson to carry his name as well."<ref name="Savona"/>
   
 
Goldsmith first established himself as an actor in [[Western (genre)|Western films]], with 25 such appearances.<ref name="Savona"/> In the 1976 film ''[[The Shootist]]'', Goldsmith played a villain who was shot between the eyes by hero [[John Wayne]], who fired blood capsules from a special [[pellet gun]] at pointblank range into Goldsmith's face for seven painful takes.<ref name="Savona"/>
 
Goldsmith first established himself as an actor in [[Western (genre)|Western films]], with 25 such appearances.<ref name="Savona"/> In the 1976 film ''[[The Shootist]]'', Goldsmith played a villain who was shot between the eyes by hero [[John Wayne]], who fired blood capsules from a special [[pellet gun]] at pointblank range into Goldsmith's face for seven painful takes.<ref name="Savona"/>
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