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William James Murray, better known by his stage name Bill Murray, was born in Evanston, Illinois, on September 21, 1950. He is an American comedian, acting legend, and film chameleon. His career spans decades and genres, exhibiting a unique adaptability that has brought him praise for work in both sophisticated indie dramas and popular comedies.


Murray’s career in entertainment started with The National Lampoon Radio Hour (1973–1974) when he developed his humorous abilities. But it was his time from 1977 to 1980 on “Saturday Night Live” that catapulted him into the public eye. Murray became recognized due to his distinct deadpan style and caustic wit, which helped him win the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series.

Murray’s run of hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s solidified his reputation as a comic virtuoso. His comic talent was on display in movies like “Meatballs” (1979), “Caddyshack” (1980), “Stripes” (1981), and the classic “Ghostbusters” (1984), which set the stage for an illustrious career. His partnerships with filmmakers such as Harold Ramis and Ivan Reitman grew to be associated with successful box office runs.

Aside from making people laugh, Murray showed off his range as an actor in indie flicks. “Quick Change” (1990), his lone directing credit, demonstrated his ability to combine comedy with moving storytelling. He made a shift in the 1990s, accepting parts in movies like “Groundhog Day” (1993) and “What About Bob?” (1991), which revealed a more complex and reflective side to his acting career.

In 1998, Murray’s career underwent a significant turning point when he appeared in Wes Anderson’s “Rushmore.” With the release of “The Royal Tenenbaums” (2001), “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” (2004), “Moonrise Kingdom” (2012), and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” (2014), this cooperation signaled the beginning of a wonderful partnership.

Murray’s career flourished in the twenty-first century, winning him a Golden Globe and a BAFTA Award for his critically praised performances in Sofia Coppola’s “Lost in Translation” (2003). In “Broken Flowers” (2005), “Get Low” (2009), “St. Vincent” (2014), and “On the Rocks” (2020), he further won over audiences.

Apart from his on-screen personas, Murray provided the voice of cherished characters like Garfield in “Garfield: The Movie” (2004) and its follow-up. His performance as Baloo in Disney’s 2016 live-action “The Jungle Book” adaption demonstrated his enduring appeal to all generations.

In 2017, Murray was inducted into the Irish-American Hall of Fame, recognizing his Irish heritage alongside fellow actor Martin Sheen. Additionally, he received a place of honor in the Caddie Hall of Fame in 2015, a nod to his connection with golf, a sport he once worked in before entering show business.

Who are Bill Murray’s Children?

Bill Murray has 6 children. His children are Homer Murray, Luke Murray, Caleb Murray, Jackson Murray, Cooper Murray, and Lincoln Murray.


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