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Bill Murray was born on 21st September 1950. He was born in Evanston, U.S. He went to St. Joseph's Grade School. He attended to Regis University. He was born to Lucille Murray and Edward Joseph Murray. He has three brothers named Joel Murray, John Murray and Brian Murray. He was in a romantic relationship with Gilda Radner, an American actress. He was married to Magaret Kelly in 1981 but got divorced in 1996. He was married to Jennifer Butler in 1997 but got divorced in 2008. He has six sons named Luke, Homer, Cooper, Caleb, Lincoln and Jackson.
Bill Murray was a part of a late night TV variety show Saturday Night Live aired on NBC, for which he received his first Emmy Award. He was in a comedy film Meatballs by Ivan Reitman in 1979. He was in a comedy film Caddyshack by Harold Ramis in 1980. He was in a comedy film Tootsie by Sydney Pollack in 1982. He was in a supernatural comedy film Ghostbusters by Ivan Reitman in 1984. He starred in a crime comedy film Quick Change directed by Bill Murray and Howard Franklin in 1990.
He was in a black comedy film 'What About Bob' by Frank Oz in 1991. He was in a fantasy comedy film Groundhog Dog by Harold Ramis in 1993. He was in a supporting role in a biographical comedy film Ed Wood by Tim Burton in 1994. He was in a supporting role in a sports comedy film Kingpin by Farrelly Brothers in 1996. He was in a supporting role in an animated sports comedy film Space Jam in 1996.
He starred in a comedy film Larger than Life in 1996. He was in a spy comedy film The Man Who Knew Too Little in 1997. He was in a comedy drama film Rushmore by Wes Anderson in 1998, for which he was nominated a Golden Globe Award. He starred in a romantic comedy film Lost in Translation by Sofia Coppola in 2003, for which he received critical acclamation. He appeared in a documentary film This Old Club in 2004.
He was in a biographical comedy film Hyde Park on Hudson by Roger Michell in 2012, for which he was nominated a Golden Globe Award. He was in a comedy Drama film St. Vincent by Theodore Melfi in 2014, for which he was nominated a Golden Globe Award. He played Hunter S. Thompson in a biographical comedy film Where the Buffalo Roam.
Murray owns a restaurant named Caddy Shack in partnership with his brother in Florida. He was featured on a comedy radio show The National Lampoon Radio Hour. He was in a mockumentary style TV film All You Need is Cash in 1978. He was the first guest on NBC's talk show Late Night with David Letterman in 2015. He was in an HBO miniseries Olive Kitteridge in 2014, for which he won a Primetime Emmy Award. He has earned a Net worth of around 140 million. Murray has over 35k followers on Twitter. He has over 85k likes and followers on Facebook.
Last Modified: Mar 8, 2020