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Elliott Gould

ELLIOTT GOULD began his acting career on Broadway in the 1960’s, and then went on to become the embodiment of a disenchanted youth culture in such films Robert Altman’s Korean War satire "M*A*S*H" (1970) in which he played the maverick surgeon "Trapper John" and "Bob & Ted & Carol & Alice" (1969), for which he received an Oscar nomination. Time Magazine placed him on one of its covers in 1970, at a peak of his long and prolific career, calling him a "star for an uptight age."

Some of his other notable films include "A Bridge Too Far," "Capricorn One," and a remake of "The Lady Vanishes." Gould played the detective Philip Marlowe in Altman's 1973 film "The Long Goodbye."

Gould's Broadway theatre credits include "Irma La Douce," "Say, Darling," "I Can Get It For You Wholesale," "Little Murders," and "Drat! The Cat!"

On television, Gould hosted “Saturday Night Live” six times. He had a recurring guest role on “Friends” as Jack Gellar, the good-natured, but fussy father of the Greenwich village-dwelling Gellar kids, Monica and Ross, spending nine years recurring in the role across 10 seasons. Later, Gould appeared in guest spots on “Law & Order” and “CSI.”

Gould received critical praise for his role in Warren Beatty's 1991 gangster epic film "Bugsy." In addition, he appeared in "American History X" as the boyfriend of Edward Norton's character's mother. He co-starred as Reuben Tishkoff in "Ocean's Eleven" (2001), and its sequels: "Ocean's Twelve" (2004), and "Ocean's Thirteen" (2007). Gould also can be seen in the Warner Brothers feature "Contagion" (2011).

Gould currently serves on the Screen Actors Guild National Board of Directors.