The new campaign is called "spare the act" and comprises five TV spots that will begin airing from 5 November.
In each ad, Goldblum appears as if from nowhere to give acting advice to people struggling not to show their disappointment with various Christmas disappointments.
Each ad also features specific items that you can buy in a Currys PC World, such as a Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine. The idea behind the campaign is to position Currys PC World as the right place to find Christmas gifts that will not leave people feeling like they have to fake gratitude.
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO created the £10 million campaign, which will run in cinemas, and on video on demand channels. The ads were written by Mike Sutherland, art directed by Antony Nelson, and directed by David Shane through O Positive.
Jeff Goldblum said: "I'm delighted to be involved in this clever and timely campaign that will hopefully help people find the perfect holiday gifts for the people they care about most – without all the risky guesswork.
"It's so disheartening to put your heart and soul into a gift choice for a loved one only to discover they have three of them already - and don't use any of them ever."