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EDDIE MURPHY (Pluto Nash) began his career as a stand-up comedian 25 years ago. He joined the cast of Saturday Night Live at the age of nineteen in 1980 and since then has gone on to establish a successful career on the silver screen. His film grosses are amongst the highest in the industry.

Among his many film credits are "48 Hours," "Trading Places," "Coming to America" and the "Beverly Hills Cop" series.

In 1989 he made his directorial debut with "Harlem Nights," a period comedy he wrote and starred in, opposite Richard Pryor and Redd Foxx. In 1996, he portrayed seven different characters in the worldwide box-office smash "The Nutty Professor."

Murphy starred in and produced the hit comedy "Life," co-starring Martin Lawrence; and starred in the hit comedy "Bowfinger," opposite Steve Martin; "Dr. Dolittle"; as well as the voice of Mushu the Dragon in the animated hit "Mulan."

Murphy also starred in "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps," co-starring Janet Jackson; "Dr. Dolittle 2"; and his voice was featured, along with Mike Myers and Cameron Diaz, in the animated DreamWorks' hit "Shrek."

Murphy will next be seen in "I Spy" and is currently filming "Daddy Day Care." He will then begin production on "Haunted Mansion" for Disney, followed by the sequel to DreamWorks' Academy Award®-winning animated film "Shrek," in which he will again co-star will Mike Myers and Cameron Diaz; and "The Incredible Shrinking Man," in which he will reteam with producer Brian Grazer for Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment.


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