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Seller: forsche_design (7,760) 100%, Location: Kaukauna, Wisconsin, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 333167034655 This is a contemporary casting direct from an original life mask of Bill Murray made as a display piece. The lifecast was originally made for make-up effects, and mask creation for his feature film and television work. Select Thumbnails Below To View Larger Images This 1:1 life-size casting is professionally crafted using a professional grade plaster and has a sturdy metal loop in the back for displaying on a wall. This casting can also be produced from a lightweight urethane plastic for an additional 75 dollars upon request. William Forsche has been creating and collecting lifecasts for most of his adult life. One of Forsche's career highlights was creating a lifecast of Vincent Price in 1988. "I have personally been collecting and creating life masks in Hollywood for over 30 years." "This is a professionally made modern casting made of the highest grade materials available." - William Forsche William Forsche offers you this high quality life mask direct from his Hollywood collection. Castings from our "Premium" Life Mask collection are made for the discriminating collector. These castings have been professionally remastered from the best source materials available, and should not be confused with lower quality life masks readily available elsewhere. A signed C.O.A. and a signature on every cast is provided by William Forsche to ensure its authenticity and high quality. Our castings have been used in numerous film productions, William Forsche has done life mask creation for Academy Award winning make-up artists Rick Baker, Greg Cannom and for George Lucas' special effects company Industrial Light and Magic. Many of our castings are also in the personal collections of high profile collectors and artists such as: Guillermo del Toro, David Bowie, Stevie Wonder, Liza Minnelli, Hugh Heffner, Kirk Douglas, and the late Tony Curtis and Gregory Peck. Testimonials from Hollywood professionals about the quality of Forsche Design Life Masks. Andy Schoneberg is a two time Emmy award winning makeup artist for "The Walking Dead." Below is the Humphrey Bogart display he created using one of Forsche's Life Masks. "I met William 28 years ago(!) on Dead Heat. He was a master life caster then, doing excellent work. He's a fantastic artist and technician. William's life cast collection is without equal. If William is offering a life cast of a particular person, you can bet he's done the legwork to make sure that it's the best, most accurate cast available. Period." -Andy Schoneberg Dan Platt's work includes "Terminator 2", Tupac Shakur's hologram for "Coachella" and he was also the Facial Model Lead responsible for youthenizing Jeff Bridges as Clu for "Tron: Legacy." "Bill, I've been collecting life casts from you for 20 years and without fail, your castings are undisputedly the sharpest, distortion free and most accurate castings in the industry. How do I know? Every morning Ebay sends out a fresh listing of available life casts and I am appalled on what is being offered by your competitors. When I had the privilege to work with you at Greg Cannom's in the early 90's, your life cast work was without flaw and that same attention to detail and craftsmanship is evident in every cast that you sell. I could not and most importantly, WILL NOT buy any life cast from anyone other than you. The success of my career depends heavily on the solid understanding of facial anatomy, form and structure. For the last two decades, your life casts gave me that invaluable understanding. And without that knowledge, I would never have been able to correctly interpret poorly lit or artistically shot photographs when I recreated Tupac for Coachella." -Dan Platt Tom Spina: Sculptor, Movie Prop Conservation Artist and Collector works on an original "Mrs. Doubtfire" appliance displayed on a custom Robin Williams life mask display bust provided by William Forsche of Forsche Design. "To any and all collectors of lifecasts, You will simply never find another source like William Forsche. His decades of film FX experience and encyclopedic knowledge are a benefit not found in any other lifecast seller, but the real value is in the exquisite quality of the castings themselves. Each is a work of art in its own right, always with highest level of detail of any available, and the closest generation to the original actor's face. I am never disappointed when I open a package from Forsche! I've counted on Bill for reference busts when recreating famous faces and also for things like copies of Robin Williams' head, to which we applied two sets of original Mrs. Doubtfire appliances for display. In order to achieve that, we needed castings that were properly sized and without warp. Bill delivered, as he always does! I can highly recommend his work to anyone interested and look forward to my next purchase!" Sincerely, -Tom Spina Daniel Horne is a multiple award winning artist, painter and mask maker whose work is in many private collections worldwide including: Guillermo del Toro, Greg Nicotero and Rick Baker. "William, Thank you again for offering great life casts, I have ten of yours and they are far superior to anything else that is offered." -Daniel Horne Mike Hill is a portrait sculptor and artist whose work is in many private collections, Mike has also sculpted for television's "American Horror Story" and film projects such as "Men in Black 3" and "The Wolfman." "Life masks are a valuable tool in the process of sculpting a human head or likeness. It doesnt matter if it isn’t the actual person, understanding the folds and planes of the face is far easier to understand if you hold one in your hand . William Forsche is my go-to for any life mask." -Mike Hill Why purchase our life masks when there are cheaper plastic castings and other sources available? "The advent of the internet has put collecting life masks into the hands of many people outside the film industry; I have personally acquired some of these life masks from various internet sources and have been extremely disappointed with the quality and the distortion (shrinkage etc.) of these castings. The average person outside the film industry doesn't have studio grade life masks to compare their castings with. With over 30 years of selectively collecting life masks it has always been my goal to obtain the highest quality masks available. Not only have I been a collector I am also a Hollywood life mask artist who has created some of the castings that exist in private collections, museums and have been used in the production of many of the major Hollywood films which I have worked on. My professional experience gives me the insight and the ability to compare similar castings and grade them on their detail, shrinkage and distortion. It is my goal and my passion to always make the highest quality life masks possible and it is my pleasure to share these casts with the discriminating life mask collector." -William Forsche Select Thumbnails Below To View Larger Images Forsche Design's white plaster lifecast of Grace Kelley on the left compared to theirs which is on the right. Our more complete and detailed Grace Kelley cast does not exhibit the shrinkage or distortion of their casting which has less detail. Their once white plastic cast has yellowed considerably with age and has only a single wire as a do it yourself type of hanger. Lifecast artist Willa Shalit invited William Forsche to New York City in 1986 to teach her his lifecasting techniques, after seeing the torso and face casting of Hugh Heffner's girlfriend that he created for the Playboy Mansion. Forsche was later asked to assist Willa Shalit with the smiling lifecast of Stevie Wonder created for his Album cover "Characters." Many of Forsche's lifecasting techniques were also utilized for some of Shalit's more refined lifecasts in her book "Life Cast: Behind the Mask." Forsche works on a life mask of Brooke Shields in Shalit's lifecast studio, New York City circa 1986. Modern day photo of William Forsche recreating the "Aladdin Sane" life masks that he originally made for David Bowie's personal collection. David Bowie and William Forsche at "Top of the Pops" circa 1987. William Forsche with Hollywood Acting Legends: Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis and Gregory Peck. Select image below to read an article about the lifecast artist William Forsche. William Forsche was asked to join several other top Hollywood make-up effects artists recently to teach his lifecasting techniques in the "Ultimate Creature Creator Class." Performer's Film Television & Media Appearances Biography for Bill Murray Date of Birth 21 September 1950, Wilmette, Illinois, USA Birth Name William James Murray Nickname Billy Height 6' 2" (1.88 m) Mini Biography Bill is the fifth of nine children born to Edward and Lucille Murray. He and most of his siblings worked as caddies, which paid his tuition to Loyola Academy, a Jesuit school. He played sports and did some acting while in that school, but in his words, mostly "screwed off." He enrolled at Regis College in Denver to study pre-med but dropped out after being arrested for marijuana possession. He then joined the National Lampoon Radio Hour with fellow members Dan Aykroyd, Gilda Radner, and John Belushi. However, while those three became the original members of "Saturday Night Live" (1975), he joined "Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell" (1975), which premiered that same year. After that show failed, he later got the opportunity to join "Saturday Night Live" (1975). IMDb Mini Biography By: John Sacksteder Spouse Jennifer Butler (4 July 1997 - 13 June 2008) (divorced) 4 children Mickey Kelley (25 January 1981 - 29 January 1994) (divorced) 2 children Trade Mark Deadpan expression. During the later years of his career, he frequently plays depressed characters (Lost in Translation (2003), Broken Flowers (2005), The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004), Rushmore (1998) , The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)). During the early years of his career, he frequently played loud, sarcastic, often rude and mean, anti-heroes (Stripes (1981), Caddyshack (1980), the two Ghostbusters movies, What About Bob? (1991), Groundhog Day (1993)). Trivia Accidentally broke Robert De Niro's nose during the filming of Mad Dog and Glory (1993). Ranked #82 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997] 1997 Recipient of the Sons of the Desert Annual Comedy Performer Award on April 19th, 1997. Appeared in Scrooged (1988) with all three of his brothers. Father, with Mickey Kelley, of sons Homer Murray (b. 1982) and Luke Murray (b. 1985). Father, with Jennifer Butler, of sons: Caleb James Murray (born January 11, 1993), Jackson William Murray (born October 6, 1995), Cooper Jones Murray (born January 27, 1997) and Lincoln Darius Murray (born May 30, 2001). He owns a minor league baseball team in Charleston, SC, called the Riverdogs. Related through marriage to guitar player, lyricist and singer Chris Luxem. Set to become part-owner of his third minor league baseball team, the new Brockton Rox, in Mass., with friend Van Schley. Has become the unofficial patron saint of the forums of the Football Manager website, home to one of the biggest selling PC games of all time. He is part of The Goldklang Group that includes Van Schley, baseball marketing guru Mike Veeck, and "Saturday Night Live" (1975) comedian Jimmy Fallon. The group owns minor league baseball teams the St. Paul Saints and the Brockton Rox of the Northern League, the Charleston RiverDogs, the Fort Myers Miracle, the Hudson Valley Renegades, the Evansville Otters and they run the Portland Beavers. Was bitten by the groundhog twice on the Groundhog Day (1993) set in 1992. He is a diehard Chicago Cubs fan. During the Cubs playoff run in 2003, he was on location in Italy, but he had it written into his contract that he'd get a satellite feed of the playoffs. His role in Ghost Busters (1984) was originally intended for fellow SNL star John Belushi. Shares two characters with the late Lorenzo Music. He played Peter Venkman in the film Ghost Busters (1984), while Lorenzo played Venkman in the animated series, "The Real Ghost Busters" (1986). Lorenzo was also the voice of Garfield in numerous cartoons, while Bill provides Garfield's voice in Garfield (2004). He was rated number 1 in Comedy Central's newest show 'Mouthing Off: 51 Greatest Smartasses.' His home is in upstate New York, although he is more frequently working elsewhere during the year. Performed the vocals for the song "The Best Thing" in the John Waters film Polyester (1981). His father Edward was a lumber salesman. He died in 1967. Siblings include Brian Doyle-Murray, Nancy, Edward, Andy, John Murray, Joel Murray, Peggy, and Laura. Attended Loyola Academy in Wilmette, Illinois. Attended Regis College in Denver. He dropped out his sophomore year. His mother died in 1988. Doesn't have a publicist. His sister Nancy is a Dominican nun. In 2001, he starred with Sigourney Weaver in an Off-Off-Broadway play called "The Guys," in which he played a fire captain who lost eight of his men on 9/11. In the movie version, Murray's role was played by Anthony LaPaglia. Is an avid golfer and has appeared at many pro-am golf tournaments. Co-owner, with brothers Brian, Joel and John, of the Murray Brothers Caddyshack restaurant in Jacksonville, Florida (actually, in St. Augustine, Florida, inside the World Golf Village complex). He often works with the directors Harold Ramis, Ivan Reitman, Wes Anderson, and Jim Jarmusch. Sofia Coppola wrote the lead role of Bob Harris in Lost in Translation (2003), with Murray specifically in mind. She did not know the actor and even enlisted the help of her famous father, Francis Ford Coppola, to track down the sometimes quite elusive Murray. Once he finally read the script, though, he agreed to do it on the spot. Murray and Sofia Coppola are now good friends. He has rubbed some collaborators the wrong way because he has a tendency to re-write and improvise his way through scripts until many of his scenes barely resembles the original versions. Most collaborators ultimately find, though, it's to the improvement of the films. Is a fan of the Illini men's basketball team. Captivated by the story of "Press Your Luck" (1983) contestant Michael Larson who memorized the sequence of the game show's big board and racked up over $110,000 in winnings, Murray commissioned a screenplay for a biopic about Larson. Several studios expressed an interest but didn't follow through. The Game Show Network's 2003 TV documentary Big Bucks: The Press Your Luck Scandal (2003) (TV) told the same story with interviews, dramatic recreations and archival video, and may have diminished interest in the film even more. The part of Boon in National Lampoon's Animal House (1978) was originally written with him in mind, but due to a scheduling conflict, he had to turn it down. Announced that after his next three productions, he will be taking a break from acting to relax. He cites the productions of The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004) and Broken Flowers (2005) as having exhausted him. [2005] Has said that "Oklahoma!" is his favorite musical. Has no agent, no business manager, no lawyer, or favorite hair and make-up artist. He travels without an entourage. He was considered for the role of Detective John Kimble in Kindergarten Cop (1990). The part eventually went to Arnold Schwarzenegger. With The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004) and Broken Flowers (2005), Murray did two films back-to-back in which he plays a long-childless man who discovers that someone who may be his grown son has been searching for him. His performance as Phil Connors in Groundhog Day (1993) is ranked #48 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time (2006). Was considered for the role of Batman/Bruce Wayne in the 1989 Batman (1989) film when it was set to be identical to the 1960s TV Series before Tim Burton came along. Was considered for the role of Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005). His performance as Carl Spackler in Caddyshack (1980) is ranked #18 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time. Was considered for the role of Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story (1995). Murray is one of only three American actors that were nominated for an Oscar for a movie that is set on the territory of Japan. The other two are Marlon Brando and Red Buttons for Sayonara (1957). Turned down Steve Carell's role in Little Miss Sunshine (2006), which became one of the few choices in his career that he regretted. Voiced Johnny Storm/The Human Torch in an early Fantastic Four radio show. Murray is a huge fan of Chicago pro sports teams, especially the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago Bears. Was a guest on the very first episode of "Late Night with David Letterman" (1982). Was considered and tested for the voice role of Sulley in Monsters, Inc. (2001), but the director, Pete Docter, said that when the filmmakers decided to offer it to Murray, they were unable to make contact with him and took that to mean "no". Has appeared with both Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie (1982) and Dustin's brother Todd Hoffman in Meatballs (1979). An early promotional reel for "The Real Ghost Busters" (1986) featured a different character design for the animated version of Murray's character Peter Venkman, a design that bore more of a resemblance to Murray himself as opposed to the final character design, which gave Venkman a slimmer, sleeker, more chiseled "pretty boy" look. Was considered for the role of Han Solo in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977). Murray and Dan Aykroyd reprised their Ghost Busters (1984) characters to visit a terminally ill child who was a fan of the film and wanted to meet them. Was a frequent collaborator with Harold Ramis throughout the 1980s, but their working relationship ended during the filming of Groundhog Day (1993) due to differing views on what the film should be: Ramis claims that Murray wanted the film to be more philosophical, while Ramis himself simply meant for it to be a comedy. Ramis also cites that Murray's personal problems at the time (namely the ending of his first marriage) had a negative effect on his work ethic, causing him to be uncharacteristically harsh during filming, as another reason for the end of their working relationship. Is portrayed by Mather Zickel in Gilda Radner: It's Always Something (2002) (TV). Married his first wife, Mickey Kelley in Las Vegas on Super Bowl Sunday of 1981. They had a second ceremony at a church on March 25, 1981. Dan Aykroyd nicknamed him "The Murricane" for his notorious mood swings. His pockmarked face is due to acne problems he experienced as a teenager. Was considered for the role of Eddie Valiant in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988). The part eventually went to Bob Hoskins. Irish-American. Ex-wife Jennifer Butler filed for divorce on May 2008 on the grounds of drug addiction, physical abuse, adultery and abandonment. Lives in Valley Center, Malibu, California, Palisades, New York and Sullivans Island, South Carolina. He appears in four of the American Film Institute's 100 Funniest Movies: Tootsie (1982) at #2, Ghost Busters (1984) at #28, Groundhog Day (1993) at #34 and Caddyshack (1980) at #71. Appeared in Zombieland (2009) as a favor to Woody Harrelson, movie co-star and big "Bill Murray" fan. Personal Quotes I'm a nut, but not just a nut. If you walk up to some random person on the street, grab them by the shoulder, and say 'Did you just see what I saw?!'....you'll find that no one wants to talk to you. The truth is, anybody that becomes famous is an ass for a year and a half. You've got to give them a year and a half, two years. They are getting so much smoke blown, and their whole world gets so turned upside down, their responses become distorted. I give everybody a year or two to pull it together because, when it first happens, I know how it is. There aren't many downsides to being rich, other than paying taxes and having relatives asking for money. But being famous, that's a 24 hour job right there. I'm over the Oscar thing. I feel that if you really want an Oscar, you're in trouble. It's like wanting to be married - you'll take anybody. If you want the Oscar really badly, it becomes a naked desire and ambition. It becomes very unattractive. I've seen it. The nice thing is that I'm over here in Europe making a movie and so I don't need to worry about it. I know how to be sour. I know that taste. "Many people say, 'Do you think this is offensive to the Japanese?' Well, I know the Japanese are laughing more at the Americanisms than we are laughing at the Japanese-isms... they love watching the stupidity of the foreigner in Tokyo. They're not offended at all. They know that the bowing is funny and that their language is impenetrable to the rest of the world." [on Lost in Translation (2003)] You know the theory of cell irritability?. If you take an amoeba cell and poke it a thousand times, it will change and then re-form into its original shape. And then, the thousandth time you poke this amoeba, the cell will completely collapse and become nothing. That's kind of what it's like being famous. People say hi, how are you doing, and after the thousandth time, you just get angry; you really pop. There's definitely a lot of trash that comes with the prize of being famous. It's a nice gift, but there's a lot of wrapping and paper and junk to cut through. Back then, when a movie came out and people saw you on the street, their reaction was so supercharged that it was scary. It would frighten other people. It used to really rattle me. I mean, everybody would love to have their clothes torn off by a mob of girls, but being screamed at is different. It was cool that an Oscar nomination never happened for a long time, and then it was cool that it did happen. But I don't want to always be feeling this thing in my chest like, 'Am I good enough? Am I gonna be rejected?' Why would you get up there and bore people? I never have figured that out. These people are supposedly in the entertainment industry, and they finally get up there to that podium and they become the most boring people in the world. [on award acceptance speeches] I think midlife crisis is just a point where people's careers have reached some plateau and they have to reflect on their personal relationships. One of the things I like about acting is that, in a funny way, I come back to myself. We used to joke about it: 'Give me an affliction and I'll give you an Oscar!' They're not giving an award for acting. It's, 'Thanks for making me feel something. Here's a prize.' Somehow people don't put comedy in their emotional bank the same way. It relieves a tension, it unties a knot, but it's not something where people want to give you a prize. They just want to say, 'Thanks for making me laugh,' which I genuinely treasure. That makes me feel good. You are always away from home, as a film actor. Look at me now. You can be stuck in a hotel, several thousand miles away in a whole different time zone, and it is never glamorous. You can't sleep, you put on the television in the middle of the night when you can't understand a word, and you make phone calls back home which don't really give you the comfort they should. I know what it's like to be that stranger's voice calling in," he admits. "It happens in acting and it happens in business. Those who are living together all the time and can guarantee seeing each other every night or weekend probably don't know what I am talking about. There is also that little-discussed subject - loneliness. That is a great taboo, isn't it? No one really wants to admit they are lonely, and it is never really addressed very much between friends and family. But I have felt lonely many times in my life. Whenever I think of the high salaries we are paid as film actors, I think it is for the travel, the time away, and any trouble you get into through being well known. It's not for the acting, that's for sure. Movie acting suits me because I only need to be good for ninety seconds at a time. I've had some success in movies, so I really don't think about success. You like to have it, but I'm not desperate for it. I remember being in Japan 10 years ago for a golf tournament. I turned over a Kirin beer coaster, and there was Harrison Ford's picture. He's a guy who would never be caught dead doing a commercial here. He had a bottle in his hand and the most uncomfortable look on his face, like, "I can't believe I'm shilling." When Sofia Coppola, the director of Lost in Translation, sent me the script, she included a photo and said, 'This is what I have in mind.', It was Brad Pitt in an ad for espresso in a can, and he had the same grimace: 'I can't believe I'm selling this can of coffee.', That influenced me when I had to do my own shtick. - 2003 quote on his role in Lost In Translation. {Before jumping from a plane at 13,500 feet] Is there some frequent flyer program? The first 45 minutes of the original Ghost Busters (1984) is some of the funniest stuff ever made. The second one was disappointing because the special-effects guys took over. I had something like two scenes - and they're the only funny ones in the movie. I have developed a kind of different style over the years. I hate trying to re-create a tone or a pitch. Saying, "I want to make it sound like I made it sound the last time"? That's insane, because the last time doesn't exist. It's only this time. And everything is going to be different this time. There's only now. And I don't think a director, as often as not, knows what is going to play funny anyway. As often as not, the right one is the one that they're surprised by, so I don't think that they have the right tone in their head. And I think that good actors always-or if you're being good, anyway-you're making it better than the script. That's your job. It's like the first day you check into a hotel in L.A. there's a message under your door. The second day, there's eleven messages under your door. The third day, there's thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy messages. And I realized that they just want fresh blood. They. Just. Want. Fresh. Blood. You gotta get the hell out of there. And you really feel, if you live in New York, that you're three hours ahead of them-I mean that literally. It's like, Oh man, we gotta help these people! And the longer you stay there, the less ahead of them you get, and then you're one of them. No way, man. Not for me. (2010) I never saw Seinfeld until the final episode, and that's the only one I saw. And it was terrible. I'm watching, thinking, "This isn't funny at all. It's terrible!" (2010) You know we couldn't get anyone we liked to direct Quick Change? We asked [Jonathan] Demme, and Demme said no. And we asked Ron Howard, because Ron Howard had made something that I thought was funny. He made a funny movie back then-I can't remember what it was. And he said he didn't know who to root for in the script. And I was like, Hooooooo. He lost me at that moment. I've never gone back to him since. (2010, on if he did Garfield just for the money) No! I didn't make that for the dough! Well, not completely. I thought it would be kind of fun, because doing a voice is challenging, and I'd never done that. Plus, I looked at the script, and it said, "So-and-so and Joel Coen." And I thought: Christ, well, I love those Coens! They're funny. So I sorta read a few pages of it and thought, Yeah, I'd like to do that. I had these agents at the time, and I said, "What do they give you to do one of these things?" And they said, "Oh, they give you $50,000." So I said, "Okay, well, I don't even leave the fuckin' driveway for that kind of money." Then this studio guy calls me up out of nowhere, and I had a nice conversation with him. No bullshit, no schmooze, none of that stuff. We just talked for a long time about the movie. And my agents called on Monday and said, "Well, they came back with another offer, and it was nowhere near $50,000." And I said, "That's more befitting of the work I expect to do!" So they went off and shot the movie, and I forgot all about it. Finally, I went out to L.A. to record my lines. And usually when you're looping a movie, if it takes two days, that's a lot. I don't know if I should even tell this story, because it's kind of mean. What the hell? It's interesting. So I worked all day and kept going, "That's the line? Well, I can't say that." And you sit there and go, What can I say that will make this funny? And make it make sense? And I worked. I was exhausted, soaked with sweat, and the lines got worse and worse. And I said, "Okay, you better show me the whole rest of the movie, so we can see what we're dealing with." So I sat down and watched the whole thing, and I kept saying, "Who the hell cut this thing? Who did this? What the was Coen thinking?" And then they explained it to me: It wasn't written by THAT Joel Coen...That's why, when they say, "Any regrets?" at the end of Zombieland, I say, "Well, maybe Garfield." Salary Groundhog Day (1993) $10,000,000 What About Bob? (1991) $8,000,000 Where Are They Now (July 2002) Lives in a suburb of New York City, Rockland County. (August 2004) Appeared in a reading of Arthur Miller's newest play (and first comedy), Resurrection Blues, in New York. Filmography Actor (62 titles) 2012 Ghostbusters III (announced) Dr. Peter Venkman 2012 Hyde Park on Hudson (pre-production) Franklin D. Roosevelt 2012 Moonrise Kingdom (filming) 2010 Passion Play Happy Shannon 2009 Fantastic Mr. Fox Badger (voice) 2009 Get Low Frank Quinn 2009 Ghost Busters (Video Game) Dr. Peter Venkman (voice) 2009 The Limits of Control American 2008 Backdrop NYC (TV series) - The F Word (2008) 2008 City of Ember Mayor Cole 2008 Get Smart Agent 13 2007 The Darjeeling Limited The Businessman 2006 Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties Garfield (voice) 2005 The Lost City The Writer 2005 Broken Flowers Don Johnston 2004 The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou Steve Zissou 2004 Garfield Garfield (voice) 2003 Coffee and Cigarettes Bill Murray (segment "Delirium") 2003 Lost in Translation Bob Harris 2001 Speaking of Sex Ezri Stovall 2001 The Royal Tenenbaums Raleigh St. Clair 2001 Osmosis Jones Frank Detorre 2000 Charlie's Angels John Bosley 2000 Hamlet Polonius 1999 Scout's Honor (short) Jack Vardell 1999 Cradle Will Rock Tommy Crickshaw 1998 Rushmore Herman Blume 1998 With Friends Like These... Maurice Melnick 1998 Wild Things Ken Bowden 1998 Stories from My Childhood (TV series) - Pinocchio and the Golden Key (1998) (voice) 1997 The Man Who Knew Too Little Wallace Ritchie 1996 Larger Than Life Jack Corcoran 1996 Kingpin Ernie McCracken 1994 Ed Wood Bunny Breckinridge 1993 Mad Dog and Glory Frank Milo 1993 Groundhog Day Phil 1991 What About Bob? Bob 'Bobby' Wiley 1990 Quick Change Grimm 1989 Ghostbusters II Dr. Peter Venkman 1988 Scrooged Frank Cross 1986 Little Shop of Horrors Arthur Denton 1984 The Razor's Edge Larry Darrell 1984 Nothing Lasts Forever Ted Breughel 1984 Ghost Busters Dr. Peter Venkman 1983 Square Pegs (TV series) Mr. McNulty - No Substitutions (1983) ? Mr. McNulty 1982 Tootsie Jeff Slater 1982 SCTV Network (TV series) Various - Days of the Week, The/Street Beef (1982) ? Various 1982 The Rodney Dangerfield Show: It's Not Easy Bein' Me (TV movie) Various 1981 Steve Martin's Best Show Ever (TV movie) Bytes 1981 Stripes John 1980 Loose Shoes Lefty Schwartz 1980 Caddyshack Carl Spackler 1977-1980 Saturday Night Live (TV series) Various / Weekend Update Anchor / Cesar Romero / ? - Buck Henry/Andrew Gold/Andrae Crouch & Voices of Unity (1980) ? Weekend Update Anchor / Various - Steve Martin/Paul & Linda McCartney/3-D (1980) ? Weekend Update Anchor / Various - Bob Newhart/The Amazing Rhthym Aces/Bruce Cockburn (1980) ? Various - Strother Martin/The Specials (1980) ? Weekend Update Anchor / Various - Burt Reynolds/Anne Murray (1980) ? Weekend Update Anchor / Various See all 73 episodes ? 1980 B.C. Rock Dragon (voice: English version) 1980 Where the Buffalo Roam Hunter S. Thompson 1979 Mr. Mike's Mondo Video Man on the street 1979 Meatballs Tripper 1978 All You Need Is Cash (TV movie) Bill Murray the K. 1976 Next Stop, Greenwich Village Nick Kessel (uncredited) 1976 The TVTV Show (TV movie) Various 1975 Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell (TV series) Various - Episode dated 8 November 1975 (1975) ? Various - Pilot (1975) ? Various 1975 Shame of the Jungle Reporter (voice: English version) Hide Writer (8 titles) 2002 The Sweet Spot (TV series documentary) - Palm Springs, California (2002) (writer) - Jamaica (2002) (writer) - St. Augustine, Florida (2002) (writer) - Wisconsin (2002) (writer) - Episode #1.1 (writer) 1984 The Razor's Edge (screenplay) 1980 Bill Murray Live from the Second City (TV special documentary) 1977 Saturday Night Live (TV series) - Buck Henry/Jennifer Warnes/Kenny Vance (1977) (writer) - Shelley Duvall/Joan Armatrading (1977) (writer) - Eric Idle/Neil Innes (1977) (writer) - Elliott Gould/Kate & Anna McGarrigle/Roslyn Kind (1977) (writer) - Julian Bond/Tom Waits, Brick (1977) (writer) See all 12 episodes ? 1976 The TVTV Show (TV movie) 1976 Super Bowl (TV documentary) 1976 TVTV Looks at the Academy Awards (TV special documentary) 1975 Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell (TV series) - Episode dated 8 November 1975 (1975) (writer) - Episode dated 11 October 1975 (1975) (writer) - Pilot (1975) (writer) Hide Soundtrack (8 titles) 2010 Boardwalk Empire (TV series) - Boardwalk Empire (2010) (performer: "Avalon" 1920 - uncredited) 2005 Saturday Night Live: The Best of Dan Aykroyd (video) (performer: "The Sound of Music" - uncredited, "Chess" - uncredited) 2005 Saturday Night Live: The Best of Gilda Radner (video) (performer: "Stayin' Alive" - uncredited, "Mona Lisa" - uncredited / "William Tell Overture" - uncredited) 2003 Lost in Translation (performer: "What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding" 1974, "More Than This" 1982) 1977-1999 Saturday Night Live (TV series) - Bill Murray/Lucinda Williams (1999) (performer: "Footloose" - uncredited, "Holding Out for a Hero" - uncredited) - Maureen Stapleton/Linda Ronstadt/Phoebe Snow (1979) (performer: "Get Off of My Cloud" - uncredited, "Thanks for the memories" - uncredited, "Beast of Burden" - uncredited, "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" - uncredited, "You're no good" - uncredited, "Scarborough Fair" - uncredited) - Milton Berle/Ornette Coleman (1979) (performer: "Texaco Star Theater" - uncredited, "Bend over, Chuck Berry" - uncredited) - Cicely Tyson/Talking Heads (1979) (performer: "Freak Le Chic" - uncredited, "Love Train" - uncredited, "Suicide is Painless" - uncredited, "Folsom Prison Blues" - uncredited, "I love you just the way you are" - uncredited) - Eric Idle/Kate Bush (1978) (performer: "Madrigal" - uncredited) See all 14 episodes ? 1981 Polyester ("THE BEST THING") 1980 Caddyshack (performer: "Ballad of the Green Berets") 1978 Things We Did Last Summer (TV movie) (performer: "Things We Did Last Summer") Hide Producer (3 titles) 2002 The Sweet Spot (TV series documentary) (segment producer - 5 episodes) - Palm Springs, California (2002) (segment producer) - Jamaica (2002) (segment producer) - St. Augustine, Florida (2002) (segment producer) - Wisconsin (2002) (segment producer) - Episode #1.1 (segment producer) 1990 Quick Change (producer) 1980 Bill Murray Live from the Second City (TV special documentary) (executive producer) Hide Director (1 title) 1990 Quick Change Hide Editor (1 title) 1976 Super Bowl (TV documentary) (as Billy Murray) Hide Thanks (4 titles) 2009 Nosferajew (TV movie) (special thanks) 2005 This Is an Adventure (video documentary) (special thanks) 2002 Groundhog Day: The Weight of Time (video documentary short) (special thanks) 2000 Getting G'd Up (video documentary short) (special thanks) Hide Self (75 titles) 1993-2011 Late Show with David Letterman (TV series) Himself / Himself - Guest / Various - Episode #18.130 (2011) ? Himself - Bill Murray/Alejandro Escovedo (2010) ? Himself - Episode #17.96 (2010) ? Himself - Episode #17.40 (2009) ? Himself - Episode #16.23 (2008) ? Himself - Guest See all 14 episodes ? 2011 The Comedy Awards (TV movie) Himself 2010 Ballhawks (documentary) Narrator (voice) 2010 The Flea Theater: A Portrait (documentary) Himself 2010 Scream Awards 2010 (TV movie) Himself 2010 SXSW Flashback 2010 (TV movie) Himself 2010 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (TV series documentary) Himself - Hudson Valley, NY (2010) ? Himself 2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010 (video) Himself 2009 Xpos? (TV series) Himself - Episode #4.29 (2009) ? Himself 2009 Zombieland Himself 2008 Getaway (TV series) Himself - Celebrity traveller - Episode #17.39 (2008) ? Himself - Celebrity traveller 1997-2008 Late Night with Conan O'Brien (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 15 October 2008 (2008) ? Himself - Episode dated 23 December 2004 (2004) ? Himself - Episode dated 27 February 1999 (1999) ? Himself - Episode dated 15 November 1997 (1997) ? Himself 2008 Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday (TV series) Himself - Episode #1.1 (2008) ? Himself 2008 Today (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 3 October 2008 (2008) ? Himself 2008 Elvis Mitchell: Under the Influence (TV series) Himself - Bill Murray (2008) ? Himself 2008 FCU: Fact Checkers Unit (short) Himself 2007 Entertainment Tonight (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 1 October 2007 (2007) ? Himself 2006 Buy the Ticket, Take the Ride: Hunter S. Thompson on Film (documentary) Himself 2006 Legends: Rodney Dangerfield (TV movie) Himself 2006 American Chopper: The Series (TV series) Himself - Bill Murray Bike 2 (2006) ? Himself - Bill Murray Bike 1 (2006) ? Himself 2006 Broken Flowers: Start to Finish (video documentary short) Himself (uncredited) 2005 The 15th Annual Gotham Awards (TV special) Himself - Presenter 2005 Magacine (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 21 October 2005 (2005) ? Himself 2005 Iron Chef America: The Series (TV series documentary) Himself - Cora vs. Simon: Hamburger (2005) ? Himself 2005 Caiga quien caiga (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 20 May 2005 (2005) ? Himself 2005 Matthew Gray Gubler's Life Aquatic Intern Journal (video documentary short) Steve Zissou 2005 This Is an Adventure (video documentary) Himself 2005 NYC TV Presents (TV mini-series documentary) Himself 2005 Starz on the Set: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (TV documentary short) Himself 2004 The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 21 October 2004 (2004) ? Himself 2004 This Old Cub (documentary) Himself 2004 The 76th Annual Academy Awards (TV special) Himself - Presenter: 'Lost in Translation' Film Clip 2004 The 2004 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards (TV documentary) Himself 2004 Nyhetsmorgon (TV series) Himself - Om Filmen 'Lost in Translation' (2004) ? Himself 2004 Lost on Location: Behind the Scenes of 'Lost in Translation' (video documentary short) Himself 2004 The 61st Annual Golden Globe Awards (TV special) Himself - Winner: Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy 2004 Stars and Stripes 2 (video documentary short) Himself 2004 Stars and Stripes 1 (video documentary short) Himself 2003 Banzai (TV series) Himself - Episode #1.2 (2003) ? Himself 2002 Focus on Bill Murray (TV movie) Himself 2002 The Sweet Spot (TV series documentary) Himself - Palm Springs, California (2002) ? Himself - Jamaica (2002) ? Himself - St. Augustine, Florida (2002) ? Himself - Wisconsin (2002) ? Himself 2002 Reel Comedy (TV series) Himself - The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou ? Himself 2000-2001 HBO First Look (TV series documentary) Himself - The Making of 'Osmosis Jones' (2001) ? Himself - The Making of 'Charlie's Angels' (2000) ? Himself 2000 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (TV special documentary) Himself 2000 Michael Jordan to the Max (documentary) Himself 2000 Getting G'd Up (video documentary short) Himself - 'Bosley' (also archive footage) 2000 The Making of 'Rushmore' (video documentary short) Himself 2000 Angelic Attire: Dressing Cameron, Drew & Lucy (video documentary short) Himself - 'Bosley' (also archive footage) 2000 The Master and the Angels (video documentary short) Himself - 'Bosley' 1999 Saturday Night Live 25 (TV special documentary) Himself (also archive footage) 1981-1999 Saturday Night Live (TV series) Himself - Host / Various / Himself - Bill Murray/Lucinda Williams (1999) ? Himself - Host - Sarah Jessica Parker/R.E.M. (1994) ? Himself (uncredited) - Bill Murray/Sting (1993) ? Himself - Host - Bill Murray/Percy Sledge (1987) ? Himself - Host/Various - Bill Murray/The Spinners/Yale Whiffenpoofs (1981) ? Himself - Host/Various See all 6 episodes ? 1999 Charlie Rose (TV series) Himself - Guest - Episode dated 29 January 1999 (1999) ? Himself - Guest 1999 Ghostbusters 1999 (video documentary short) Dr. Peter Venkman 1998 E! True Hollywood Story (TV series documentary) Himself - John Belushi (1998) ? Himself 1996-1997 The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 19 November 1997 (1997) ? Himself - Episode dated 13 November 1997 (1997) ? Himself - Episode dated 23 October 1996 (1996) ? Himself 1996 Space Jam Himself 1996 Oops! The World's Funniest Outtakes 4 (TV movie) Himself 1993 Entertainment UK (TV series) Himself - Interviewee - Episode dated 16 December 1993 (1993) ? Himself - Interviewee 1982-1993 Late Night with David Letterman (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 19 February 1993 (1993) ? Himself - Episode dated 12 February 1993 (1993) ? Himself - Episode dated 22 November 1991 (1991) ? Himself (uncredited) - Episode dated 10 July 1991 (1991) ? Himself (uncredited) - Episode dated 14 May 1991 (1991) ? Himself See all 11 episodes ? 1992 Later with Bob Costas (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 27 February 1992 (1992) ? Himself 1990 The Arsenio Hall Show (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 13 July 1990 (1990) ? Himself 1989 The Oprah Winfrey Show (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 12 June 1989 (1989) ? Himself 1989 The Best of Gilda Radner (video documentary) Himself/Various 1989 Premiere: Inside the Summer Blockbusters (TV documentary) Himself 1988 She's Having a Baby Himself (uncredited) 1986 Looney Tunes 50th Anniversary (TV movie) Himself 1984 The Top (TV movie) Himself 1984 On the Scene with the Ghostbusters (TV documentary) Himself 1980 Bill Murray Live from the Second City (TV special documentary) Himself 1979 Good Morning America (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 19 July 1979 (1979) ? Himself 1978 Things We Did Last Summer (TV movie) Himself 1978 Omnibus (TV series documentary) Himself / Nixon Voter - Fear and Loathing in Gonzovision (1978) ? Himself/Nixon Voter (uncredited) 1976 Super Bowl (TV documentary) Himself (as Billy Murray) 1976 TVTV Looks at the Academy Awards (TV special documentary) Himself 1975 Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell (TV series) Himself - Episode dated 11 October 1975 (1975) ? Himself Hide Archive Footage (39 titles) 2010 The Women of SNL (TV movie) Richard Dawson/Various 2009 Caddyshack: The Inside Story (TV movie) Himself 2009 Saturday Night Live: Just Shorts (TV movie) Neil Wasserheim (uncredited) 2009 Saturday Night Live Sports Extra '09 (TV movie) Weekend Update Anchor (uncredited) 2008 Saturday Night Live Presidential Bash '08 (TV movie) William Murray/Walter Cronkite 2008 Red Eye (TV series) 2008 Entertainment Tonight (TV series) 2008 The O'Reilly Factor (TV series) 2008 Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs (TV documentary) Himself 2008 Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson (documentary) Himself - Thompson Memorial Attendee (uncredited) 2007 Saturday Night Live in the '90s: Pop Culture Nation (TV documentary) Walter Cronkite (uncredited) 2007 Secrets of New York (TV series documentary) 2005 Silenci? (TV series) 2005 Saturday Night Live in the '80s: Lost & Found (TV documentary) Various 2005 Saturday Night Live: The Best of Dan Aykroyd (video) Various Characters (uncredited) 2005 Saturday Night Live: The Best of Gilda Radner (video) Various Characters (uncredited) 2005 Cinema mil (TV series) 2005 Live from New York: The First 5 Years of Saturday Night Live (TV documentary) Himself 2005 Saturday Night Live: The Best of John Belushi (TV movie) Himself/Various (uncredited) 2004 The Rutles 2: Can't Buy Me Lunch (TV special) Bill Murray "The K" 2004 101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments (TV movie) Himself 2004 Whose Curse Is Worse?: Red Sox and Cubs on Trial (TV documentary) Himself 2003 Celebrities Uncensored (TV series) 2002 Gilda Radner's Greatest Moments (TV special) Himself 2002 Saturday Night Live: TV Tales (TV special) Himself 2002 SNL Remembers John Belushi (TV special) Himself 2000 Saturday Night Live: Game Show Parodies (TV movie) Richard Dawson (uncredited) 1999 SNL: 25 Years of Music (TV movie) Various 1999 Ghostbusters' SFX Team Featurette (video documentary) Himself 1999 Saturday Night Live Christmas (video) Himself/Host 1999 Caddyshack: The 19th Hole (video documentary short) Carl Spackler 1998 Saturday Night Live: The Best of Steve Martin (TV special) Various Characters (uncredited) 1992 Saturday Night Live: Presidential Bash (TV movie) Matt (uncredited) 1991 Saturday Night Live Goes Commercial (TV special) Various Characters (uncredited) 1989 Quantum Leap (TV series) 1989 Saturday Night Live: 15th Anniversary (TV special) Himself 1987 The Best of Chevy Chase (video documentary) Himself 1986 The Best of Dan Aykroyd (video) Himself/Various Characters 1985 The Best of John Belushi (video) Himself/Various Characters Visit Our Other Auctions Please review our terms and conditions below thoroughly. 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