Jeff Goldblum is all set to get hitched (for the third time) to fianceé, Emilie Livingston. But will the Jurassic Park actor try out daddy life?
In an interview in the September issue of GQ, Golblum is asked how he feels about the idea of parenthood with his new fiancée.
“No,” he tells the magazine. “But, you know, they are cute, aren’t they?”
Goldblum has played the father role on the screen, like when he was cast as one of Rachel Berry’s gay dads on Glee. But it looks like his real-life attitude towards kiddos is more in line with his Jurassic Park character’s. He was asked by the New Zealand Herald in a 2003 interview why he’d never had kids.
“I don’t know,” he answered. “I’ve never seriously tried or had that in mind. I think I got the idea that it was a very challenging thing to do that I wouldn’t want to fall short of. You have to be in love with the idea to do it and I guess I never was.”
But man-and-wife-to-be, Goldblum and Livingston, are already parents to a different kind of kid: their adorable, red-headed poodle, Woody Allen.
The couple dated for two years before Goldblum popped the question in Maui last month. Thirty-one-year-old Livingston is a gymnast and dancer — she performed most recently with Nicki Minaj at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. Sixty-one-year-old Goldblum has a history of much younger love interests, including model, Lydia Hearst-Shaw, who was 26 when she dated Goldblum, and Lost star, Tania Raymonde, who was 21 during their relationship in 2009.
Goldblum was previously married to Patricia Gaul, whom he starred alongside in his 1985 movie, Silverado, and to Geena Davis, who appeared with him in Transylvania 6-5000, The Fly and Earth Girls Are Easy. Goldblum and Davis divorced in 1990.