John-Goodman-Inside-Llewyn-DavisJohn Goodman is one of the most welcome sights on the big or small screen. From Dan Connors to the cycloptic Bible salesman and fascist Big Dan Teague Goodman has been a mainstay of American TV and, more recently, is responsible for some wonderful turns in American cinema.

He has worked six times with the Coens, most notably perhaps as Vietnam Vet and enthusaistic follower of Judiasm Walter Sobchak, and in Inside Llewyn Davis Goodman plays the disagreeable Roland Turner with whom Llewyn travels with for a time.

James Kleinmann sat down with the actor to talk about how it feels, as an actor to work with the Coen Brothers.

You can read our review of Inside Llewyn Davis here and read all of our Coen Brothers Week articles here.