Jeff Goldblum will play a recurring role in the upcoming season of HBO Max’ hit dark comedy series. Spoiler Warning!
Jeff Goldblum has joined the cast of HBO Max’s dark comedy series Search Party. The Emmy nominated actor will appear in a recurring role as the character Tunnel Quinn in season 5 of Search Party. Tunnel Quinn will be a charismatic tech billionaire who plans to sign a very public business partnership with Dory. The deal happens right after Dory’s near-death experience. Dory brings her old friends Portia, Elliot and Drew into the venture and they embark on an altruistic but terrifying journey.
“Search Party is such a brilliant show. What a thrill and a privilege it is to get to be a little part of it! I respect and adore everyone involved with this magical entertainment,” Jeff Goldblum said in a statement.
Goldblum currently stars and hosts National Geographic’s series - The World According to Jeff Goldblum, for which he has also received an Outstanding Hosted Non-fiction Series or Special at the 2020 Primetime Emmy Awards. He will be next seen reprising his role of Dr Ian Malcolm in Universal’s upcoming movie Jurassic World: Dominion, which is set to premiere June 10, 2022. He was also seen in movies such as The Mountain, Hotel Artemis, Thor: Ragnarok, The Life Aquatic and more.
Search Part was created by Sarah-Violet Bliss, Micheal Showalter and Charles Rogers. The Series stars Alia Shawkat, John Reynolds, Meredith Hagner and John Early in the lead roles. The first three seasons of the series revolved around three best friends - Dory (Alia Shawkat), Drew (John Reynolds), Portia (Meredith Hagner) and Elliott (John Early), who does a messy private investigation that involves a semi-accidental murder, absurd cover-up and a sensational trial. But, in season 4, we see a different story where Dory is being held prisoner by her psychotic stalker (played by Cole Escola), which forces Drew, Portia and Elliott to form a search party again, this time to find Dory.
Search Party will be executive produced by Sarah-Violet Bliss, Charles Rogers, Michael Showalter, and Jax Media’s Lilly Burns and Tony Hernandez.