Dramatic reading and classical music are not two phrases normally associated with the name of Bill Murray.
But the veteran actor, known best for his comedic performances in movies such as “Caddyshack” and “Ghostbusters” said it was a natural progression after moving more to dramatic roles in critically-acclaimed movies such as “Lost in Translation” and “Broken Flowers.”
“I was thinking that I wanted to do something worthwhile,” the 66-year-old Murray said on Friday while walking the 16th fairway of the King & Bear during the 17th Murray Brothers Caddyshack Charity Golf Tournament. “It’s really something. We’re having a great time.”