Knowledge Identifier: +Eddie_Murphy
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1961.
Countries: United States (75%), (10%), United Kingdom (6%)
Linked to: Billboard, Party All the Time, Paramount Pictures, Comedy Central
Marvin Gaye - Other artists such as Maxwell, Nas and Common adapted his early 1970s fashion style of wearing kufis and beanie skull caps and jean outfits which was later appropriated by Eddie Murphy in his role as James "Thunder" Early in "Dreamgirls", while Michael Jackson, who admitted Gaye was an influence on his music and once described his music as "ridiculous" in a good way, in a 2002 interview with "Vibe", allegedly was influenced by Gaye's fashion style in the 1980s adapting the military-styled suits Gaye wore on his final concert tour
Billie Thomas - Comedian Eddie Murphy did a series of Buckwheat sketches on "Saturday Night Live" during the 1980s
Robert Townsend (actor) - Townsend auditioned to be part of "Saturday Night Live"'s 1980-1981 cast, but was rejected when Eddie Murphy was chosen instead
Ron Howard - When he hosted "Saturday Night Live" in the 1980s, Eddie Murphy called him "Opie Cunningham"
Rick James - James began a close friendship with Eddie Murphy after the two met in 1981
In 1982, Murphy made his big screen debut in the film "48 Hrs." with Nick Nolte
Delirious was filmed in 1983 in Climax, Michigan
Bill Hader - He is the first male SNL cast member to receive this nomination since Eddie Murphy in 1983
In 1984, Murphy appeared in "Best Defense", co-starring Dudley Moore
Damon Wayans - His earliest film appearance was a brief cameo as an effeminate hotel employee in the 1984 Eddie Murphy film "Beverly Hills Cop"
Rick James - Also in 1985, James produced and wrote the Eddie Murphy hit "Party All the Time"; he sang on the track
Stevie Wonder - By 1985, Stevie Wonder was an American icon, the subject of good-humored jokes about blindness and affectionately impersonated by Eddie Murphy on "Saturday Night Live"
AKG Acoustics - They received particular notoriety from their prominent display in Eddie Murphy's 1985 music video for "Party All the Time"
Due to the popularity of this, he released Raw in 1987 which was filmed in the Felt Forum section of Madison Square Garden in New York
Damien Dante Wayans - Damien began his career in 1987 in Eddie Murphy's concert film " Eddie Murphy Raw"
Deon Richmond - In 1987, Richmond played a young Eddie Murphy in the beginning scenes of the film " Eddie Murphy Raw", and appeared in the film "Enemy Territory"
In 1988, Buchwald sued Murphy and Paramount Pictures, but Murphy was not found liable because Paramount had received the material
Shari Headley - She has acted occasionally on the big-screen, and is known for her role as Lisa McDowell, Eddie Murphy's love interest, in the 1988 comedy film "Coming to America"
From 1989 and through most of the early 1990s, box office results and reviews for Murphy's films were strong, but by 1992 results for both dropped, hitting a low point with the critically panned "Beverly Hills Cop III" , a movie Murphy would ultimately denounce during an appearance on "Inside the Actors Studio", although he did find box office success with "Boomerang" and "Another 48 Hrs." "Harlem Nights" featured Murphy, who had previously been known only as a performer, as director, producer, star, and co-writer, with his brother, Charlie Murphy, a
Richard Pryor - In 1989, he appeared in "Harlem Nights", a comedy-drama crime film starring Eddie Murphy
Grace Jones - In 1992 Jones appeared in Eddie Murphy film Boomerang, for which she contributed the song "7 Day Weekend" to its soundtrack, and released two more singles in 1993: "Evilmainya", recorded for the film Freddie as F.R.O.7, and "Sexdrive".
Halle Berry - In 1992, Berry portrayed a career woman who falls for Eddie Murphy in the romantic comedy Boomerang.
Eartha Kitt - In 1992, Kitt had a supporting role as Lady Eloise in the film "Boomerang" starring Eddie Murphy
Boyz II Men - While touring during 1992, Boyz II Men returned briefly to the studio to record the single "End of the Road", co-written and produced by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, for the soundtrack to Eddie Murphy's film "Boomerang"
They lived together for almost two years before getting married at the Grand Ballroom of The Plaza Hotel in New York City on March 18, 1993
John Landis - In 1994, Landis directed Eddie Murphy in "Beverly Hills Cop III"
Med Hondo - He has dubbed several of Eddie Murphy's films including "The Nutty Professor" and the part of Donkey in 2001's "Shrek"
The Nutty Professor - Lewis had for decades talked about doing a sequel and until had to settle for the 1996 remake starring Eddie Murphy, on which Lewis was credited as a producer
The Nutty Professor (1996 film) - "'The Nutty Professor"' is a 1996 American comic science fiction film starring Eddie Murphy
Dr. Dolittle (film) - Dolittle"' is a 1998 American family comedy film starring Eddie Murphy as a doctor who discovers that he has the ability to talk to animals
Steve Martin - He went on to star with Eddie Murphy in the 1999 comedy "Bowfinger," which Martin wrote
Janet Jackson - In July 2000, Jackson appeared in her second film, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps, as Professor Denise Gaines, opposite Eddie Murphy.
Raven-Symone - In 2001, she was cast in the sequel Eddie Murphy comedy "Dr
I'm a Believer - This song was covered by Smash Mouth and Eddie Murphy in 2001, as part of the soundtrack to the movie "Shrek"
Owen Wilson - Wilson returned to the buddy-comedy genre in 2002 with the action comedy "I Spy", co-starring Eddie Murphy
In 2004, VH-1 and "Blender" voted "Party All the Time" number seven among the "50 Worst Songs of All-Time
Following his divorce from Mitchell, in 2006, Murphy began dating former Spice Girl Melanie Brown, who became pregnant and stated that the child was Murphy's
Lester Speight - Speight had a role in the 2007 Eddie Murphy motion picture "Norbit" as Blue, one of the three brothers of Rasputia
He starred in the 2008 film "Meet Dave" and the 2009 film "Imagine That" for Paramount Pictures
Clark Duke - He co-starred with Eddie Murphy in "A Thousand Words", which was completed in 2008 but remained unreleased until 2012
Tracey Edmonds - Edmonds exchanged marriage vows with film star Eddie Murphy on January 1, 2008, in a private ceremony on an island off Bora Bora
Dean Edwards - In the 2010 Halloween special "Scared Shrekless", he did the voice of Donkey after Eddie Murphy declined; as Donkey, Edwards had the ability to impersonate Murphy
Dean Edwards - Soon, Edwards got replaced himself when Eddie Murphy returned to play Donkey in the 2010 Christmas special "Donkey's Christmas Shrektacular"
Billy Crystal - He returned as M.C. for the 2012 Oscar ceremony, after Eddie Murphy backed out of hosting
Elena Paparizou - Instead, at the 2012 MAD Video Music *awards Paparizou performed a new version of the ballad "Poios", a track from "Vrisko To Logo Na Zo", and was featured in Playmen's "All the Time", a remix of the Eddie Murphy song along with Courtney and RiskyKidd
On March 8, 2014, it was announced that Murphy would team up with "Boomerang" co-star Halle Berry in a new film titled "Miles And Me"
Shrek (franchise) - In September 2016, Eddie Murphy confirmed that the film was expected to be released in 2019, and that the script had been completed
Craig Brewer - In January 2019, it was announced that Brewer would direct Eddie Murphy in Coming To America 2