John Goodman Continues to Look Incredible, Skinny on Red Carpet After Weight Loss

John Goodman showed off his dramatic weight loss at the Los Angeles premiere of his new film, Love the Coopers, on Thursday, Nov. 12. Credit: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

So good to see you, man. John Goodman stepped out for the red carpet premiere for upcoming flick Love the Coopers in Los Angeles on Thursday, Nov. 12, and the actor’s slimmer figure continued to turn heads.

Goodman, 63, kept things casual in a pair of jeans, a pink button-down, and a black blazer, and was often literally running around the event, chasing his costar Blake Baumgartner on the red carpet, according to the Daily Mail.

The former Roseanne star first debuted his fit figure early last month at the BFI London Film Festival premiere, alongside his Trumbo costars Helen Mirren and Bryan Cranston.

His fitness instructor, Mackie Shilstone, opened up to the New York Post about all the hard work Goodman had put into losing more than 100 pounds over the course of eight years.

“This didn’t happen overnight — it’s been an ongoing process,” Shilstone told the Post. “There needs to be strategic planning. This time, he really wanted to do it.”

The fitness guru explained that Goodman stopped drinking back in 2007 and changed his diet to a “Mediterranean-style eating plan” in addition to upping his physical activity.

At his peak workout stage, Goodman was working out six days a week and trying to take at least 10,000 to 12,000 steps a day.

In 2010, the Argo actor told David Letterman that he was 400 pounds at his absolute heaviest.

“I’d get off of Roseanne every spring. I’d lose 60 pounds every spring,” he said at the time. “Then I got too fond of the barleycorn. I’d gain it back and then some, every year. It’s going to be an ongoing process for the rest of my life.”

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