Jeff Goldblum entertained commuters in London on Wednesday (05Sep18) by performing at St Pancras International train station with his jazz group.
The Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom star drew crowds as he performed tracks from his upcoming jazz album, The Capitol Studios Sessions – the first release from his new deal with Decca, which will hit stores in November (18).
Hollywood star Goldblum has become quite the staple in London over the summer – a massive inflatable of himself in character as Dr. Ian Malcolm was erected in a London park to mark the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park.
The 25-foot-tall (7.6 meter) statue of the actor, which recreates a scene in the dinosaur epic during which Malcolm lies breathless, his shirt unbuttoned, after being attacked by a Tyrannosaurus rex, overlooked the River Thames in Potters Field.
Fans flocked to see the odd landmark, commissioned by streaming service NowTV.
Goldblum reprised his Ian Malcolm character for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.