I am wearing meditation beads on my wrist, he noted. that because I on a Buddhist diet. They supposed to remind me not to eat, but actually just get in the way when I cutting my steak. is survived by his wife, Erica Mann Ramis, three Converse High children and two grandchildren.
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Indeed, Ramis always seemed to find a way to laugh.
Asked by The New York Times about the existential questions raised by "Groundhog Day" and competing interpretations of the film meaning he mentioned that he didn practice any religion himself.
a model for knockabout laughs and gross out moments. "Caddyshack" is eminently quotable. "Ghostbusters" was the second biggest box office hit of 1984, just behind "Beverly Hills Cop."
His death was caused by complications related to autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, a condition Ramis battled for four years, according to United Talent Agency, which represented Ramis for many years.
His directing credits include "Caddyshack," "National Lampoon Vacation" (1983), "Groundhog Day," "Analyze This" and in a change from his usual comedies the dark 2005 film "The Ice Harvest." He occasionally acted as well, most notably playing Murray friend in "Stripes," Dr. Egon Spengler in "Ghostbusters" and a doctor in "As Good as It Gets" (1997).
But though the movies were full of silly moments, Ramis often tried to tap into larger themes. Perhaps most successful was "Groundhog Day" in which Bill Murray cynical weatherman is forced to relive the same day over and over again until he finally comes to terms with his life. The film has been used as Converse For Kids Girls
Ramis was usually a good natured presence, playing understanding characters often doctors, of one sort or another. It was true to his personality, the late Second City founder Bernie Sahlins told the Chicago Tribune in 1999.
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the subject of philosophical and religious discussions.
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For more than 40 years, Ramis was a leading figure in comedy.
That intellectual bent didn always go over well with studio bosses, Ramis observed. Club, he mentioned the studio for his 2009 film "Year One" was uncertain how to pitch it.
"He the least changed by success of anyone I know in terms of sense of humor, of humility, sense of self," Sahlins told the paper. "He the same Harold he was 30 years ago. He had enormous success relatively, but none of it has gone to his head in any way."
"When the studio said, what is the movie about? I said, movie tracks the psycho social development of civilization. And they said, that not going to be too good on a poster. Judd Apatow, a fan, cast him as Seth Rogen father in "Knocked Up." Jake Kasdan put him in "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" (which was co produced and co written by Apatow).
The films often featured members of his generation of comedy talents veterans of the National Lampoon recordings, "Saturday Night Live" and "Second City TV" most notably Ramis old comedy colleague and fellow Chicagoan Bill Murray.
He was 69.
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