Have you ever heard of that time Bill Murray crashed a party and washed the dishes? That’s not his only off-screen antic! See what else the ghostbuster has been up to over the years.
Bill Murray stopped by to perform in Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Festival in 2007. Three years later the actor was invited back to introduce the show.
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Although we knew him as a golfer from his Caddyshack days, Bill Murray is also a baseball aficionado – he is a co-owner of the Charleston River Dogs, the Single-A affiliate of the New York Yankees. In addition to his ownership role, Murray is also the team’s official Director of Fun.
Once a golfer always a golfer! Murray, a 13 handicap, once teamed with pro D.A. Points to shoot a 35-under-par 251 over the four-day AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. While lining up his final putt, Murray quoted his famous “Cinderella story” Caddyshack monologue.
Bill Murray worked as a bartender at Shangri-La during the SXSW festival.
Ok after appearing at so many sporting events, maybe he should have gone pro! According to Chris DiLella, a member of a NYC kickball league, Murray “was bouncing the ball, ran over to second base, played for a bit, gave us all high-fives and let us pose with him in the picture."
He even doles out advice! When he was eating at the same restaurant where a future groom was hosting his bachelor party, Murray stopped by to give a toast and a piece of advice. "Don't just think, 'OK let's make a date. Let's plan this and make a party and get married,'" the actor, twice divorced, tells the room. "Buy a plane ticket for the two of you to travel around world and go to places that are hard to go to and hard to get out of. And if you come back to JFK and you're still in love with that person, get married at the airport."
While hosting his annual Caddyshack Charity Golf Tournament, Murray sang “House of the Rising Sun” with a live karaoke band at the Murray Bros. Caddyshack Restaurant.
While in St. Andrews, Scotland for a celebrity golf tournament, Murray was invited to a student’s house party. Instead of partying the night away with the young crowd, he walked into the kitchen and started doing the dishes.