Yeah...Denise had to have known that he was like that. I think she did mention it at the beginning of the whole document. But still...it's such a shame. I personally would have left him (well, I wouldn't have married him in the first place lol) - but I would have left him after the first child. As if I would have gotten pregnant again! I feel really bad for the daughters...
By THOMAS WAGNER, Associated Press Writer Sun Oct 15, 5:39 PM ET
LONDON - Bill Murray created a small sensation in the Scottish town of St. Andrews, joining Scandinavian students at a late-night party and even helping to wash the dishes, a newspaper reported Sunday. ADVERTISEMENT
In the movie "Lost in Translation," Murray plays a lonely middle-aged actor in Japan who befriends a young American woman and goes partying with her.
And in what The Sunday Telegraph said was life imitating art, the 56-year-old Murray joined up with 22-year-old Norwegian student Lykke Stavnef, who took him to a house where a student party was in full swing.
"Nobody could believe it when I arrived at the party with Bill Murray," Stavnef, a social anthropology student, was quoted as saying. "He was just like the character in 'Lost in Translation.'"
The newspaper reported that Murray met Stavnef at a bar where he was drinking with fellow golfers after playing in the Oct. 5-8 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in St. Andrews with other actors.
To Stavnef's surprise, Murray accepted her invitation to a party and accompanied her and her friend to a party, the newspaper said.
She said she was first concerned when the apartment had no clean glasses left, but that Murray was happy to drink vodka from a coffee cup and also helped wash dishes in the cramped kitchen.
The Sunday Telegraph article was accompanied by a photograph that appears to show Murray, dressed in a checkered shirt and a brown vest, washing a metal pot at the sink.
As news spread around the city that Murray had turned up at the student party, the house became crowded with people wanting to meet the star of "Ghostbusters," the article said.
"He was joking with me about reheating some leftover pasta and how drunk everyone was," said partygoer Agnes Huitfeldt, 22.
Tom Wright, 22, another college student, said "the party was overflowing with stunning Scandinavian blondes."
"He seemed to be in his element, cracking lots of jokes," Wright said. "It was the talk of the town the next day."
Shortly after doing the dishes, Murray left the party, the students said.
His biggest success were "Dr. Kildare", "The Thorn Birds", "Shogun", "The Bourne Identity" (the original one, not Matt Damon's), etc...any of which I haven't seen yet. Here's something else for me to look forward to now... ;D I love the excitement you get when you discover a great actor/actress and start watching their movies one by one.
I adore Richard Chamberlain! Shogun & The Thorn Birds are my two favorites. LOVE them! Haven't seen them in awhile, but I remember being glued to the TV watching those as a kid. They're very vivid in my mind. I'd love to buy the Shogun DVD. Might have to treat myself for Xmas. #idea#
Yes, it's great to discover a whole new star to enjoy. I remember Dr. Kildare when it was in first runs. Richard Chamberlain was the darling of TV then, along with Michael Landon (Bonanza) and Paul Peterson (The Donna Reed Show.)
He was quite dashing and debonnaire when he did The Thorn Birds and Shogun, both of which I loved. At 72, he is still looking very good.
Modified to add: Love your new photo of George and Patti. Ah, nostalgia...
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