Jeff Garlin has left “The Goldbergs”, but Murray Goldberg is sticking around.
The ABC comedy male frontman split last week after confirming multiple HR inquiries into his behavior on set, but according to Variety his character will continue to appear in the remainder of Season 9 through previously off-camera dialogue. recorded, unused takes and previously shot footage, Ã la Carrie Fisher in âRise of Skywalkerâ.
Despite his departure, Garlin will still be paid for the remainder of the season, according to Variety.
The 58-year-old actor’s sudden exit from the series came during the filming of the 18th and 19th episodes of the 22-episode season.
Garlin’s departure has been described as a “mutual exit,” but his exodus came just weeks after sources told Vanity Fair he “engaged in verbal and physical behavior on set that put uncomfortable people â, including inappropriate language and touch.
Although he admitted to having conducted several human resources investigations, he denied any wrongdoing.
âAs a comedian, if anyone is offended by what I’m saying, all I can say is, I’m sorry. Okay? I have never physically come to anyone for any reason, so I find it terribly confusing and wrong, âhe told the magazine.
âLook, I discussed this with the main team. The camera department, the sound department, the lighting department, and all those people who worked on my own movie – I made a Netflix movie called “Handsome” – never had a problem. There was nothing. So whoever feels this has it all for me. This is my real conviction. I would never put myself physically in someone. And I would never say something hateful to anyone.
Garlin remains a star and executive producer on âCurb Your Enthusiasm,â and a spokesperson for the HBO series declined to comment.