Eleanor June Goosby is the ex-wife of G.W. Bailey. Goosby’s ex-husband, Bailey is an American actor. Although he appeared in many dramatic roles, he may be best remembered for his “crusty” comedic characters such as Staff Sergeant Luther Rizzo in M*A*S*H (TV series 1979–1983); Lieutenant/Captain Thaddeus Harris in the Police Academy films (1984–1994), and Captain Felix Maxwell in Mannequin (1987). He played the role of Detective Lieutenant Louie Provenza on TNT’s television crime drama The Closer, and its spinoff series Major Crimes, from 2005 to 2018.
There isn’t much information related to Eleanor June Goosby’s date and place of birth. When it comes to her extended family too much is not know about the. Eleanor June Goosby came into the limelight after her marriage to the actor, Bailey.
How did Eleanor and her ex-husband, Bailey meet and fell in love? The former couple has not released any information regarding the circumstances under which they meet. However, G. W. Bailey got married to Eleanor June Goosby on April 2, 1966. The couple got married in a beautiful ceremony in the presence of their friends, family, and loved ones. Their marriage was also blessed with two children. Their marriage however did not last forever, the couple called it a quit after 33 years together. They divorced in 1999. The reason behind Eleanor June Goosby and the ex-husband’s divorce was never made public.
Much has not been heard from Eleanor June Goosby after her divorce from Baily. His ex-husband on the other hand also did not get married again after their divorce. Since 2001, Bailey has served as the Executive Director of the Sunshine Kids Foundation, which provides trips and activities for hundreds of young cancer patients annually. He first volunteered with the organization after his goddaughter was diagnosed with leukemia.
Eleanor June Goosby’s ex-husband, Bailey was born in Port Arthur, Texas. He went to Thomas Jefferson High School in Port Arthur with Janis Joplin and Jimmy Johnson. He started college at Lamar University in nearby Beaumont and transferred to Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
Bailey left college and spent the mid-1960s working at local theater companies before moving to California in the mid-1970s. He broke into television with a small recurring role as a crime scene police officer on the short-lived detective show Harry O. He then landed one-shot episodic roles on television programs of the day such as Starsky and Hutch and Charlie’s Angels. His film debut was in A Force of One (1979), an early Chuck Norris film. By the late 1970s, he got his breakout role as the conniving, cigar-chomping goldbricker Sgt. Luther Rizzo in M*A*S*H. He also appeared as Tom Berenger’s sidekick in Rustler’s Rhapsody (1985).
Eleanor June Goosby’s ex-husband returned to college in 1993, and graduated from Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas in May 1993, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Theatre. For the 1999–2000 school year, he was the Artist-in-Residence.