Who Plays Eddie & Where Have You Seen Him Lately?

Adam Goldberg didn’t stay sour on “Friends” for long. “The ‘Friends’ thing was totally fun and completely worth it,” he said in the same HuffPost Live interview. “It was idiotic of me to think for two seconds that I shouldn’t have done that.”

Nor did “Friends” slow down his film career as he had feared. In the years following his “Friends” gig, Goldberg appeared in films like “Saving Private Ryan,” “A Beautiful Mind,” and “Zodiac.” More recently, Goldberg has become known for his TV roles, proving he’s dropped the snobby complaints from his days as a green actor. He appeared as the antagonist Mr. Numbers in Season 1 of “Fargo,” and soon after, he joined the main cast of “The Jim Gaffigan Show.”

Since 2021, Goldberg has starred alongside Queen Latifah as brainy hacker Harry Keshegian on “The Equalizer.” For Goldberg, who boasts a lengthy TV resume, the crime series is an entirely new experience. “I definitely feel like I’ve been on every conceivable type of television show you could be on …” Adam Goldberg said in an exclusive interview with Looper. “They each bring with them different challenges and opportunities.” He continued by explaining that on “The Equalizer,” “there’s totally different people, totally different stories, totally different nomenclature, totally different technology. I feel like it keeps me intellectually nimble, which is good. In that regard, it’s a whole other kind of work.”

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