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Arnold has appeared in many more indie and Hollywood films, including Nine Months (1995), The Stupids (1996), Mc Hale's Navy (1997), Animal Factory (2000), Cradle 2 the Grave (2003), Mr.

3000 (2004), Happy Endings (2005), The Great Buck Howard (2008) and Madea's Witness Protection (2012).

(The diner served loosemeat sandwiches similar to the specialty of the fictional Lanford Lunch Box on Roseanne, which in turn was based on the real-life Canteen Lunch in the Alley in Ottumwa.) Both appeared in the 1993 movie The Woman Who Loved Elvis, filmed in Ottumwa.

Arnold and Barr divorced in 1994, and their restaurant closed in 1995. 2000, Arnold played a role on Baywatch Hawaii Season 2 in episode 8 (The Cage).

(On his film, Touch) At that time I needed to do something different.

I bombed in starring roles in the comedies I'd done.

The 56-year-old star took to Twitter on Monday to reveal he and wife Ashley Groussman are expecting their second child.

The soon-to-be father of two announced the exciting news by sharing a Twitter photo of son Jax holding an ultrasound photo.

It was also an opportunity to prove myself a little to people, which I needed to do.

Airing after Roseanne on ABC, the show lasted only 18 episodes.

In 1993, Arnold and Barr bought a house together in Arnold's hometown of Eldon and opened a restaurant, Roseanne and Tom's Big Food Diner, in nearby Eldon, Iowa.

He married her in 1990, after she divorced her first husband.

Arnold wrote himself into the show as the character "Arnie Thomas" (a play on his name).

It was also an opportunity to prove myself a little to people, which I needed to do.

Airing after Roseanne on ABC, the show lasted only 18 episodes.

In 1993, Arnold and Barr bought a house together in Arnold's hometown of Eldon and opened a restaurant, Roseanne and Tom's Big Food Diner, in nearby Eldon, Iowa.

He married her in 1990, after she divorced her first husband.

Arnold wrote himself into the show as the character "Arnie Thomas" (a play on his name).

In a late-1990s interview on radio's Howard Stern Show, Arnold admitted that his share of his and Barr's estate amounted to "over ,000,000", including a percentage of the Roseanne ABC-TV series, but would not elaborate, citing a confidentiality clause.