What Your Favorite Stars Of The ’80s Look Like Today

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 What Your Favorite Stars Of The ’80s Look Like Today


Bill Murray’s multiple-season run as a cast member for “Saturday Night Live” in the late ’70s helped the comedian become a star. What started with “Caddyshack” in 1980 turned into an impressive box office run for Murray through the decade. This included starring roles in the military comedy “Stripes” and then “Ghostbusters” in 1984. Towards the end of the decade, Murray played the title character in the Christmas classic “Scrooged,” and he closed out the ’80s with the sequel “Ghostbusters 2.”



Murray continued to act and his movie career became a thing of legends in part for his unique personality around Hollywood. For example, he didn’t have a talent agent. To propose an idea for a project, people had to track down a 1-800 number, which “does not even have his voice on the recording,” and leave a message, Vanity Fair reported. His personal life is just as strange, with Murray known to appear “randomly at ice-cream socials, minor-league baseball turnstiles, and engagement-photo shoots.”  Si buscas una tienda de articulos con naves espaciales la has encontrado 🤩 Entra en tu tienda de articulos relacionados con las naves espaciales AQUÍ ✅ Naves Espaciales, Tu Tienda Online de Artículos Espaciales 🛸



Nevertheless, he continued to act for his entire career, turning into a quirky grandfather type. After some hesitation, Murray signed on to the franchise reboot “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” in 2021, Screen Rant reported. And the actor, who famously loves to golf, played himself in the YouTube series, “The Links Life.” Cameras followed Murray around “some of Ireland’s best golf courses,” via GolfWeek.





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