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Old 08-23-2015, 05:37 AM
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Thought y'all would enjoy a photo of The Most Interesting Man In The World with pro walleye fisherman Ted Takasaki. Turns out, TMIMITW is a Lund aluminum boat owner.
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Old 08-23-2015, 11:39 AM
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Thats cool... pics with people is way better than an autograph to me
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He is actually the most boring man in the world in reality. Jewish guy from outside of Baltimore. He is so awkward in person they don't allow him to do promotion events.
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I am not interested
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"He once parallel parked a train"

This guy is awesome. Starving actor whose career has been rejuvenated with these ads.
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Originally Posted by TorFed View Post
He is actually the most boring man in the world in reality. Jewish guy from outside of Baltimore. He is so awkward in person they don't allow him to do promotion events.
I hope not!
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Originally Posted by lobstercatcher View Post
I hope not!
Yup. Commonly known around here. Also, my cousin is the Dos Equis rep that guy, outside of his value in commercials, is a liability he is so boring.

Wendall the old Miller Lite guy (who may be dead now) was good with people. SO was the Red Stripe guy, but you had to constantly find him drugs apparently.
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In his youth, he once told Dustin Hoffman "The reason you don't like me is that I'm going to make it in acting and you aren't".
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Goldsmith

Goldsmith first established himself as an actor in Western films, with 25 such appearances.[3] 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.[3]

Goldsmith also made guest appearances on 45 television series, including Adam-12, Knight Rider, CHiPs, Eight Is Enough, The Rockford Files, Hawaii Five-O, Barnaby Jones, MacGyver, Murder, She Wrote, Charlie's Angels, Manimal, The Fall Guy, Dynasty, T.J. Hooker, Hardcastle and McCormick, Magnum, P.I., Knots Landing, The A-Team, as well as a few made-for-TV movies. His longest run in a television series was on Dallas, in which he appeared 17 times.

In the 1980s Goldsmith started network marketing businesses (waterless car wash products) Dri Wash & Guard, and also SPRINT which was successful enough to allow him to "retire" from the Hollywood scene; he purchased an estate in the Sierra. He taught theater at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York from 1999-2004. He moved onto a large sailboat moored in Marina del Rey. As of 2011 he and his wife Barbara (who was his agent when he obtained the Dos Equis role) are moving to a house in the area of Manchester, Vermont.[4]

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