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(Slate)   "What I, Ned Ryerson, learned from Harold Ramis": Stephen Tobolowsky remembers the late, great actor, writer, and director   (slate.com) divider line 7
    More: Sad, Harold Ramis, Ned Ryerson, Groundhog Day, comedy  
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2014-02-26 12:16:28 AM
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bentleypm: How I, Steven Tobolowsky, shamelessly used a colleague's death to remind everyone what my name is.


He doesn't need to remind anyone about what his name is.  He's done over 200 movies, he's constantly getting work, and he's not a leading man so he doesn't need to keep in the public eye.

I, for one, appreciated someone who had actually worked with Ramis giving insight as to why everyone will be a little sadder from now on.
2014-02-26 12:39:01 AM
2 votes:
He did an AMA over on Reddit yesterday, I think this article was a synthesis of a lot of the answers he gave about Ramis in that thread
2014-02-26 12:19:01 AM
2 votes:
He's a great writer, and knows how to tell a story.
2014-02-25 11:48:28 PM
2 votes:
That was really nice. Thanks, subby.
2014-02-26 08:55:40 AM
1 votes:

bentleypm: How I, Steven Tobolowsky, shamelessly used a colleague's death to remind everyone what my name is.


You're kind of an asshole aren't you?

I highly recommend listening to his podcast, the Tobolowsky Files, which you can find on tunein. He's lived an amazing life and is a great story teller. I listen to them at work and it frequently gets dusty. It covers things from being the lead singer of Stevie Ray Vaughan's first band to poignant stories about his relationships and career.

I just listened to the one yesterday about his conversation with a man who survived Auschwitz who had fonder memories of a couple of German guards there than of one of the fellow Jews from his village.
2014-02-25 09:29:58 PM
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Prey4reign: There's a link to an article in which Bill Murray comments on the death of Harold Ramis.  Essentially he just lists the movies they worked together and then says, "he earned his place on earth, God bless him."  FTW?


I have this theory in regards to Bill.  To me, the difference between public Bill and private Bill is parallel to Krusty The Clown's life.  Bill just isn't into talking about his personal life, because he either hates it or finds it completely immaterial to what he does publicly, and I'm all good with that.  And I think at this point we're just baiting him to snap on us in regards to his private life, and sooner or later he's gonna snap at someone bad.
2014-02-25 07:52:59 PM
1 votes:
There's a link to an article in which Bill Murray comments on the death of Harold Ramis.  Essentially he just lists the movies they worked together and then says, "he earned his place on earth, God bless him."  FTW?
 
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