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RIP Harold Ramis (1944-2014) - Multi-talented writer, actor, comedian, director and producer, known as the intellectual Dr. Egon Spengler from Ghostbusters, died today at age 69. As an actor his mark will be with Ghostbusters and its sequel, both directed by friend Ivan Reitman who also directed him in Stripes, along will Bill Murray. Appeared in minor roles in Baby Boom (1987), Airheads (1994), Love Affair (1994), As Good as it Gets (1997), Orange County (2002), Knocked Up (2007) Walk Hard - The Dewey Cox Story (2007). As director/writer made impressive comedies, very successful among audiences such as Caddyshack (1980), the first Griswold adventure in Vacation (1983), Club Paradise (1986), the comic existentialism of Groudhog Day (1993) - he won a Bafta for the screenplay; playe with clones in Multiplicity (1996), and the with mafia going to the shrink in Analyze This (1999) and its sequel Analyze That (2004), the remake of Bedazzled (2000), The Ice Harvest (2005), Year One (2009), and some episodes from The Office. Currently, was in the process to rejoin his Ghostbusters team for a third expected movie. He’ll be greatly missed. Thank you for the laughs and the memories.
Harold Ramis, Chicago actor, writer and director, dead at 69
Best-known as an actor for ‘Ghostbusters’, ‘Stripes’, writer/director for ‘Caddyshack’, ‘Groundhog Day’
Harold Ramis was one of Hollywood’s most successful comedy filmmakers when he moved his family from Los Angeles back to the Chicago area in 1996. His career was still thriving, with “Groundhog Day” acquiring almost instant classic status upon its 1993 release and 1984’s “Ghostbusters” ranking among the highest-grossing comedies of all time, but the writer-director wanted to return to the city where he’d launched his career as a Second City performer.