Knowledge Identifier: +Bill_Murray
Around 1971, police arrested Murray at Chicago 's O'Hare Airport for trying to smuggle 9 pounds of marijuana which he had allegedly intended to sell
After working in Los Angeles with the "guerrilla video" commune TVTV on a number of projects, Murray rose to prominence in 1976
Fran Ryan - She appeared in many feature films, including "Flush" , "Big Wednesday" , "Take This Job and Shove It" , "Pale Rider" , "Chances Are", and a cameo appearance in 1981's "Stripes", as a cab fare to Bill Murray as the cabbie, in the opening scenes of the film
Hadley Kay - A few years later, he made his film debut opposite Bill Murray in the 1979 comedy, "Meatballs"
He followed this up with his portrayal of famed writer Hunter S. Thompson in 1980's "Where the Buffalo Roam"
P. J. Soles - Soles had roles in two military comedies, 1980's "Private Benjamin" and as Bill Murray's romantic interest in 1981's "Stripes"
Hunter S. Thompson - The year 1980 marked both his divorce from Sandra Conklin and the release of "Where the Buffalo Roam", a loose film adaptation of situations from Thompson's early 1970s work, with Bill Murray starring as the author
During the filming of "Stripes", Murray married Margaret Kelly on Super Bowl Sunday in Las Vegas on January 25, 1981
Warren Oates - A year before his death, Oates co-starred with Bill Murray in the 1981 military comedy "Stripes"
Maynard James Keenan - Inspired by Bill Murray's performance in the 1981 comedy film "Stripes", Keenan joined the United States Army, with the intention of having the G.I. Bill fund his dream of attending art school
Elaine May - She was one of several writers, none of whom were given credit for contributing to the screenplay, for the 1982 megahit "Tootsie", notably the scenes involving the character played by Bill Murray
David Letterman - "Late Night with David Letterman" debuted February 1, 1982; the first guest on the first show was Bill Murray
Robert Mitchum - Mitchum expanded into the medium of television with the 1983 miniseries The Winds of War. The big-budget Herman Wouk story aired on ABC and starred Mitchum as naval officer "Pug" Henry, and examined the events leading up to America's involvement in World War II. He followed it in 1988 with War and Remembrance, which followed America through the war, and returned to the big screen for a memorable supporting role in Bill Murray's Scrooged.
John Byrum - Byrum teamed with "Mahogany" producer Rob Cohen which resulted "Scandalous" and "The Razor's Edge", the 1984 film directed by Byrum based on the W. Somerset Maugham novel starring Bill Murray in his first dramatic role as "Larry Darrell", co-starring Catherine Hicks, Theresa Russell, Denholm Elliot, and James Keach
Bob Marcucci - He was co-producer of the 1984 version of "The Razor's Edge", starring Bill Murray in a rare dramatic role
Catherine Hicks - Hicks played Bill Murray's socialite finacee, Isabel, in the 1984 remake of "The Razor's Edge"
Karen Allen - In 1988, Allen returned to the big screen as Bill Murray's long-lost love, Claire, in the Christmas comedy "Scrooged"
Wendie Malick - She played a supporting role in the 1988 film "Scrooged" as Bill Murray's sister-in-law
Paul Shaffer - Shaffer has appeared in a number of motion pictures over the years, including a small role in Rob Reiner's "This Is Spinal Tap", "Blues Brothers 2000", a scene with Miles Davis in the Bill Murray film "Scrooged" and as a passenger in John Travolta's taxicab in "Look Who's Talking Too." In addition, Shaffer lent his voice to Disney's animated feature and television series "Hercules," as the character Hermes
In 2002, he and his brothers starred in the Comedy Central series, "The Sweet Spot", which chronicled their adventures playing golf
In 2003, he garnered considerable acclaim for Sofia Coppola's "Lost in Translation" and went on to earn a Golden Globe award, a BAFTA award, and an Independent Spirit award, as well as Best Actor awards from a number of film critic organizations
In 2004, he made his third collaboration with Wes Anderson in "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou"
Jim Jarmusch - He followed "Coffee and Cigarettes" in 2005 with "Broken Flowers", which starred Bill Murray as an early retiree who goes in search of the mother of his unknown son in attempt to overcome a midlife crisis
He was the M.C. for Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival on July 28, 2007, where he dressed in various guises of Clapton as he appeared through the years
Get Low (film) - "'Get Low"' is a 2009 drama film directed by Aaron Schneider, written by Chris Provenzano and C. Gaby Mitchell, and starring Robert Duvall, Bill Murray, Sissy_Spacek, Lucas Black, Gerald McRaney, Bill Cobbs, Arin Logan, Lori Beth Edgeman, Andrea Powell, Rebecca Grant, Scott Cooper and Chandler Riggs
A Very Murray Christmas - The film features an ensemble cast including Bill Murray, George_Clooney, Paul Shaffer, Amy Poehler, Julie White, Dimitri Dimitrov, Michael Cera, Chris Rock, David Johansen, May 2015 a Rudolph, Jason Schwartzman, Jenny Lewis, Rashida Jones, and Miley Cyrus and was released on December 4, 2015 on Netflix