The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray
Bill Murray is of a rare breed. He's the kind of actor who can work films as diverse as Hamlet and Charlie's Angels within the same year. He disapproves of agents and managers, and once accepted the voice role of Garfield because he wrongly believed it to be a Coen brothers film. From his early success on Saturday Night Live and in blockbusters of the 1980s (Tootsie and Ghostbusters) to his recent resurrection as a hipster icon (Lost in Translation and Moonrise Kingdom), Murray's career is filled with endearing anecdotes and contradictions. The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray delves into all of this, chronicling every Murray performance, and detailing all of the milestones, controversy, and mystery in this beloved performer's life. Its pages are filled with color film stills, outstanding fan art, and behind-the-scenes photographs.
- 7.5" x 9"
- ISBN 9781594748011
- 272 Pages