Robbie Gould crushes again versus Rams Robbie Gould made 2-of-2 field goal and 4-of-4 extra point attempts in the 49ers' 34-13 win over the Rams Sunday.Fantasy Impact Gould has had a strong season and is a solid fantasy option going into next season.An Oscar nomination for Paul Mazursky's 1969 free-love classic Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice was followed by his beloved turn as party animal "Trapper" John Mc Intyre in M*A*S*H, Robert Altman's hit military comedy. But I had to find myself." He went off to Sweden to work with Bergman on sombre drama The Touch, an English-language film the director later dismissed.Gould became a counterculture icon; Time magazine put him on the cover, calling him "the standard bearer for the Western world's hung-up generation". Rumour had it that Gould was difficult to work with. "And I remember everything, and I don't distort." Nevertheless, when he returned to the US, he went from hero to zero in an absurdly short period of time.
"You never know what to expect, where you might go." It's also a bit like trying to steer an ocean liner with a paddle. Gould was then 23, four years older than Streisand. Elliott Gould is towering over a pram, making goo-goo eyes at a baby boy named James.All broad shoulders and big palms, he's an imposing sight. "I don't think old, I think like a baby taking his first steps," he says as he finally departs, leaving James's mildly bewildered parents to ponder why this 73-year-old Oscar-nominated Hollywood legend, and former husband to Barbra Streisand, is making faces at their boy.I appreciate that." Along the way, he worked with just about everybody; and if he didn't, then he probably had lunch with them.Like a bridge between old and new Hollywood, you could play that "six degrees of separation" parlour game with Gould and get a hit every time."As un-linear as I am," he tells me, "it all has to do with what I'm feeling and where I am." When I ask about Fred, a rather bleak new film of his that's playing at Edinburgh about an aged couple struggling with illness, he goes from talking about the director Richard Ledes to a tangent about Christopher Walken and his brother Ken to a story about meeting Alfred Hitchcock after a tennis lesson. The following year they wed, just as Streisand became the top-selling female vocalist in the US in the wake of her first album; though, as he later told Playboy, "The happiest memories I have of Barbra are when we were living together before we were married." Quite simply, even at its height, his career couldn't keep apace with hers."I went wearing long red underwear and white tennis shorts," he laughs; Hitchcock called him "a clown" and, due to his headband, "an Indian". An early conversational gambit sees me asking, "Have you been here before? And there came a point when he could no longer stand to be referred to as "Mr Streisand". To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads.Those advertisers use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on our sites and applications and across the Internet and your other apps and devices.You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA’s Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA’s App Choices app here." meaning Edinburgh, a city I later discover he first visited after finishing A Bridge Too Far with Sean Connery. "It was difficult to be married to someone who was married to their success," he says."I was very young, she was very young, and we went as far as we could together." He calls her "my first wife", rather than by her first name, and says she's one of the reasons why he has yet to – and may never – publish an autobiography: "I thought it'd be too exploitative." While his divorce from Streisand was finalised in 1971, two years after an initial trial separation, it was during this period that Gould's career hit its peak.From icons such as Robert Mitchum and Cary Grant to peers Donald Sutherland and Warren Beatty to current A-listers Brad Pitt and George Clooney, Gould has clocked more stars than Patrick Moore.