Harold Ramis Born: 11/21/1944
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Throughout the late 1980s, the lanky, curly-haired bespectacled Ramis carved a secondary career as a character player, making appearances as Diane Keaton's live-in lover who leaves with she takes in a child in "Baby Boom" (1987) and offered a somewhat dramatic turn as Mark Harmon's former childhood buddy in "Stealing Home" (1988). Returning behind the camera, he had a surprise hit with the genial romantic comedy "Groundhog Day" (1993), wherein Bill Murray essayed a weatherman doomed to relive a February 2 over and over until he got it right. "Stuart Saves His Family" (1995), based on a sketch from "Saturday Night Live", however, proved less i...
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