Patricia Gaul Bio
Patricia Gaul is an actress, director and producer who rose to fame in the ‘80s and is known for appearing in movies such as “The Big Chill” and “Silverado”. She is also known as the ex-wife of acclaimed actor Jeff Goldblum. Gaul was born on 31 October 1945, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, meaning that she’s 73 years old and her zodiac sign is Scorpio.
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Gaul was married to Jeff Goldbum from 1980 to 1986, and the couple worked on the same project, “Silverado” in 1985. They didn’t have any children. After their divorce, Gaul became more secretive about who she was dating, leading her fans to think she’s single.
Patricia made her debut in 1973, when she joined the cast of “Blood” as Carrie and followed by appearing in “Uncle Joe Shannon”, “Tenspeed and Brown Shoe” and “CBS Children’s Mystery Theatre”. In 1983, she was cast to play Annie in “The Big Chill”, and in the same year had several more projects, appearing in “Buffalo Bill” and “Quincy M.E.”
In 1985, Patricia played Kate in “Silverado”, which follows the story of a group of misfit people as they join to correct the injustices taking place in a small town. The movie received a generally positive response from the audience, and was nominated for two Oscars.
In the following period, Gaul worked on “Murder Ordained”, “Big Business” and “Roseanne”. As of her career in the ‘90s, the actress appeared in “Picket Fences”, “Vanishing Son” and “Caroline in the City”. In 1996, she was a guest star in an episode of the medical drama series “ER”.
In 2000, Gaul landed the role of Cookie Edwards in “Road trip”, working with Breckin Meyer, Seann William Scott and Amy Smart. In 2013, Patricia had her most recent project “The Doctor Blake Mysteries”, in which she had a support role. She hasn’t had any TV or silver screen projects since then.
Ex-Husband Jeff Goldblum
Jeff Goldblum is an actor and singer, born on 22 October 1952 in West Homestead, Pennsylvania, to Shirley Jane and Harold Leonard Goldblum, a family of Jewish, Russian and Austrian ancestry,. He has two siblings, a sister named Pamela and a brother named Lee. Sadly, his older brother Rick died at the age of 23, as a result of kidney failure.
Jeff made his acting debut in 1974, when he joined the cast of “Death Wish”, and then followed by appearing in “California Split” and “Nashville”. Throughout the years, the actor has gained more exposure, which allowed him to play prominent roles on TV and in movies.
His most important projects include “The Fly” in 1986, and Malcolm in “Jurassic Park” – this action adventure became a cult movie, having won three Oscars. In 1996, he worked on “Independence Day”, with the premise about aliens trying to invade Earth. As of 2014, he played Deputy Kovacs in “The Grand Budapest Hotel”.