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The 'Independence Day: Resurgence' actor proudly welcomed his first child with his wife on the Fourth of July.
Goldblum shares the picture, which shows him standing in front of a jet, as his first Facebook post, unaware of his younger co-star's presence behind him.
The actor who returns as David Levinson in the 'Independence Day' sequel is posing with producer Dean Devlin in the image.
The 'Mortdecai' actor announces he and wife Emilie Livingston are having a baby boy, two months after swapping wedding vows.
Goldblum reportedly played piano and sang for his new wife during the ceremony attended by family and friends over the weekend.
The David Levinson depicter says he met with director Roland Emmerich and producer Dean Devlin about the sequel and reveals, 'They have a part for me.'
Also announced as performers for Cafe Carlyle's fall 2014 season are Rita Wilson, Molly Ringwald, David Johansen and Woody Allen.
The 'Jurassic Park' star runs away from the gigantic dinosaur along with the bride and groom at the wedding of his fiancee's friend.
Goldblum pops the big question to his girlfriend while enjoying a romantic getaway in Hawaii earlier this month.
'Twilight' helmer Catherine Hardwicke, 'The Hunger Games' director Gary Ross, and Hollywood movie stars Anton Yelchin and Lake Bell join this year's panels as well.
Linda Ransom who has been haunting the actor for more than 10 years violated her restraining order when she showed up at his stage show.
The Rachel Berry depicter posts a picture of her with her on-screen fathers, Jeff Goldblum and Brian Stokes Mitchell.
Being cast as the adoptive parents of Lea Michele's character, the former 'Law and Order: CI' star and the Broadway actor will sing on the FOX musical series.
The 'Jurassic Park' actor was reportedly spotted kissing Lydia during a recent outing in Los Angeles.
A Los Angeles judge insists that the actor would have to wait for Linda Ransom, a woman who is said stalking him since 2001, to create a fresh threat to be granted the restraining order.