Jonathan Goldsmith reflects on being 'Most Interesting Man in the World'
Jonathan Goldsmith may be leaving the role of Dos Equis' "Most Interesting Man in the World," but the 77 year-old has no plans to retire from living a most interesting life.
After nearly a decade of mischievous adventuresin 30- or 60-second snippets as the "Most Interesting Man" to ever hawk Mexican lagerin TV ads, Goldsmith says he'll retain the spirit of Dos Equis' spokesman as he moves on from the character this year. The man who at one point lived on a sailboat in Los Angeles is currently writing a book tentatively entitled, Before I Was Interesting. It's part... read more
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