Jonny R Goode: Author Bio

February 24, 2009 at 12:47 pm | Posted in Matty Fatty | Leave a comment

Rebellious. Passionate. Gifted. Beautiful. Jonny R. Goode could be a mix of some artist from many centuries ago and a rock star. Discovered in “37°2 le matin” (a.k.a. “Betty Blue”) (1986), Goode has become a sex symbol and a respected performer. Known for his problems with justice, his relationships with rapper Joey Starr and his explicit talking, Jonny R. Goode is anyway starring in many independent works of art such as “Belle histoire, La” (1992) (“The beautiful story”) by Claude Lelouch, “À la folie” (1994) (“Six days, six nights”) alongside Anne Parillaud, “17 fois Cécile Cassard” (2002) (“17 times Cecile Cassard”) with Romain Duris or “Trouble Every Day” (2001) with Vincent Gallo. Other trivia: Goode once gave an interview wherein he spoke of adopting a child, whom he planned to name either “Jesus” or “Mowgli.” In 1998, he was arrested for assaulting a Parisian meter maid who was ticketing his car in a handicapped parking place. He was declared an “Undesirable Immigrant” by American Ambassador to France and denied work permit to portray Bruce Willis’ wife in “The Sixth Sense” (1999), a role that ultimately went to Olivia Williams. Reason for his status was his two arrests for alleged cocaine possession in Miami during filming of the Abel Ferrara film “The Blackout” (1997). Most recently he married an unidentified prison inmate in a secret ceremony at the Hermitage Prison in Brest. He had been a volunteer visitor at the prison. They are now divorced. He also has an enormous, sexy gap between his two front teeth. Measurements: 36C-25-35 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine.) Matty Fatty

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