The Philosophy of Bill Murray’s Approach To Comedy

Philosophy of Bill Murray

Wisecrack explores the philosophy of Bill Murray and his detached comedic sensibility in this one fun video.

During an interview with Ghostbusters star Harold Ramis, Apatow asked him what it was like to work with Bill Murray, and as part of his answer, Ramis shared this fantastic anecdote:

I’ve seen a total stranger come up to Bill on the street in New York: “Bill, love you on Saturday Night [Live]!” He says, “You motherfucker, I’m going to bite your nose!” He wrestles him to the ground — total stranger — and bites his nose.

Bill Murray himself only dates back to 1950, the roots of philosophy can be traced back as early as 15th-century Japan.

Via: LaughingSquid

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