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BILL MURRAY (Frank) earned critical acclaim for his work in several well- respected dramatic roles in addition to staring in the blockbuster comedies "Groundhog Day," "Ghostbusters" and "Ghostbusters II."

Murray made his feature film debut in Ivan Reitman's "Meatballs" and then reunited with the director for the box-office smash "Stripes." He received a Golden Globe nomination for his performance in "Rushmore" in 1998. Among Murray's additional film credits are "Caddyshack," "Where the Buffalo Roam," "Tootsie," "The Razor's Edge," "Scrooged," "Quick Change," "What About Bob?," "Mad Dog and Glory," "Kingpin," "Space Jam," "The Man Who Knew Too Little," "Wild Things," "Cradle Will Rock," "Hamlet" and "Charlie's Angels." He also appeared in Tim Burton's "Ed Wood" and the musical film adaptation of the stage hit "Little Shop of Horrors."

Murray will next be seen in "Speaking of Sex" and "The Royal Tenenbaums."

Born in Chicago, Murray began his acting career with the improvisational troupe Second City. In the second season of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" he joined the Not- Ready-For-Prime-Time Players and won an Emmy Award for his writing on the series.

Also an author, Murray wrote the novel Cinderella Story.


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