Goff, John F.
GOFF, John F.
Career: Actor and writer. Also known as John Goff.
Member: Writers Guild of America.
Awards, Honors: Television Award nomination (with Thomas Wagner), Writers Guild of America, outstanding documentary other than current events, 1997, for "Rod Serling: Submitted for Your Approval," American Masters.
Leroy Bassett, The Devil and Leroy Bassett (also known as Pistol–Packin' Leroy), American National Enterprises, 1973.
First doctor, The Adventures of the Wilderness Family (also known as The Wilderness Family), Pacific International Pictures, 1975.
Gay architect, That Girl from Boston, Moonstone Films, 1975.
(As John Goff) Molly's father, The Witch Who Came from the Sea, Moonstone Entertainment, 1976.
Ben, The Kid from Not–So–Big, 1978.
Jack Tiller, The Alpha Incident (also known as Gift from a Red Planet), Studio Film International, 1978.
T. J., The Buddy Holly Story, Columbia, 1978.
Burt, The Capture of Bigfoot (also known as The Legend of Bigfoot), Astral Films/Studio Film Corporation, 1979.
Redneck, Gas Pump Girls, Cannon, 1979.
Al Williams, The Fog (also known as John Carpenter's The Fog), Avco–Embassy, 1980.
Arnold Stanfield Stone, Getting Over, Continental Films, 1980.
Officer Ashe, Alligator, BLC, 1980.
Bartender, Under the Rainbow, Warner Bros., 1981.
(As John Goff) Truck driver, Butterfly, Analysis Film Releasing, 1982.
Harry, It's Called Murder, Baby (also known as Dixie Ray, Hollywood Star), Lima Productions, 1983.
West, Rigged (also known as Hit and Run), CineStar Productions, 1986.
Captain, The Night Stalker, Almi Pictures, 1987.
Coroner Tompkins, Distortions, King Features Entertainment, 1987.
Detective Bergman, Deadly Intent, Fries Entertainment, 1988.
(As John Goff) Jack's lawyer, Maniac Cop, Shapiro–Glickenhaus Entertainment, 1988.
Lee, Party Plane, 1988.
Well–dressed customer, They Live! (also known as John Carpenter's They Live), MCA/Universal, 1988.
(As John Goff) Grotesque, Media Home Entertainment, 1988.
Dr. Park, Relentless, New Line Cinema, 1989.
Prosecutor, Hit List, New Line Cinema, 1989.
Party Favors, 1989.
Slim, Dragonfight, Warner Home Video, 1990.
Arthur, Total Exposure, Promark Entertainment Group, 1991.
Dr. Park, Dead On: Relentless II (also known as Dead On and Relentless II: Dead On), 1992.
Clay Crosby, Skeeter, August Entertainment, 1993.
Uncle Bob, Tammy and the T–Rex (also known as Teenage T–Rex), Greenline Productions/Platinic Films, 1994.
Coroner, Ripper Man, 1996.
The Screaming, Dead Alive Productions, 2000.
Homeless man, Copelessness, Soleil Films, 2003.
Old monk Tendow, Azira: Blood from the Sand, Turning Point Productions, 2004.
(As John Goff) Key grip, The Love Butcher, Mirror Releasing, 1975.
First assistant director, Bad Georgia Road, Dimension, 1977.
Television Appearances; Movies:
(As John Goff) Miles to Go before I Sleep, CBS, 1975.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Morley, "The Guilt of Matt Bentell," The Big Valley, ABC, 1965.
George Henry, "Mason Dixon's Girls," The Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1980.
(As John Goff) Pat Clausen, "Barstow Bound," L.A. Law, NBC, 1989.
Benjamin, "Escape the Lost Galaxy," Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, Fox, 1999.
As the Crow Flies, New Stage Theatre, Jackson, MS, 1999.
Teenage Seductress, Lima Productions, 1971.
Drive–In Massacre, Gail Productions, 1976.
Joyride to Nowhere (also known as Baby Dolls), Rosuro, 1977.
C.B. Hustlers, Gail Film Distributors, 1978.
(With others) The Capture of Bigfoot (also known as The Legend of Bigfoot), Astral Films/Studio Film Corporation, 1979.
Butterfly, Analysis Film Releasing, 1982.
(With Matt Cimber; and story) Fake–Out (also known as Nevada Heat), Thorn EMI, 1982.
Hundra, BijouFlix Releasing, 1983.
A Time to Die (also known as Seven Graves for Rogan), Almi Pictures, 1983.
In Search of a Golden Sky, Comworld Pictures, 1984.
Rigged (also known as Hit and Run), CineStar Productions, 1986.
Distortions, King Features Entertainment, 1987.
The Night Stalker, Almi Pictures, 1987.
Deadly Intent, Fries Entertainment, 1988.
Hit List, New Line Cinema, 1989.
Death Falls, AAA Enterprises, 1991.
(As John Goff; with Thomas Wagner) "Rod Serling: Submitted for Your Approval," American Masters, PBS, 1995.