Actor Jonathan Goldsmith is known to millions as "The Most Interesting Man in the World," but the bearded pitchman for Dos Equis beer has been given a very different label by his former manager: "The Least Honorable Man in the Entertainment Business."
In papers filed recently in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Goldsmith fired back at his former advisors, calling one agent in particular "a failed C-list actor who appears in 'D' movies" and "a failed personal manager."
The name-calling stems from a breach of contract lawsuit filed against Goldsmith by the Gold Levin Talent agency in October.
Goldsmith hired Gold Levin in 2002 to manage his career and he agreed to pay the company a commission each year, the lawsuit says. Goldsmith paid commissions to the company from 2006 to 2009, but by November 2014 had stopped making payments to the management company.