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Bill Murray’s Older Brother Ed, ‘Caddyshack’ Inspiration, Dies

Bill Murray’s older brother, Ed, died Tuesday, the family announced.

In a lengthy post on the Murray family’s golf business Instagram account, Ed Murray was remembered as “always being so gracious.”

“Named after the family patriarch, it was Ed who introduced the Murray family to this wonderful game of golf — by way of caddying at Indian Hills Country Club — at the age of 10, no less. (They don’t make ‘em like that anymore.)” the post reads.

It was that experience that brother Brian Doyle-Murray used while co-writing the sports comedy classic Caddyshack in which both he and Bill appeared.

“Ed and all five Murray brothers are members of the Caddie Hall of Fame as well — something all the boys take pride in, as this game helped shape their lives,” reads the post. “It was an honor for all of us to get to know Ed and to spend time with him over the past half-decade as we’ve built this brand with the Murray family — and his loss is a hole that will never be filled.”

Concludes that post, “Thank you for always being so gracious, Ed. Our hearts are with his lovely family. Rest in paradise, to a true family man and a gentle, sweet soul. May we honor your memory from this day forward.”

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Ed Murray, Who Inspired Brother Bill Murray’s Hit ‘Caddyshack,’ Dies at 67

Ed Murray, whose boyhood job as a caddy at a Chicago-area golf course inspired his actor brother Bill Murray’s hit 1980 film “Caddyshack,” has died at age 67.

William Murray Golf, the clothing company launched by the Murray brothers, announced Ed’s death via Instagram on Monday.

“It’s with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of the legend Ed Murray,” the post began. “Named after the family patriarch, it was Ed who introduced the Murray family to this wonderful game of golf — by way of caddying at Indian Hills Country Club — at the age of 10, no less. (They don’t make ‘em like that anymore.)”

In 1963, Ed Murray earned an Evans Scholarship to attend Northwestern University — an event that inspired the Michael O’Keefe’s Danny Noonan character in Bill Murray’s hit 1980 comedy “Caddyshack” — which was co-written by brother Brian Doyle-Murray (along with Douglas Kenney and director Harold Ramis).

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Fresh off “Saturday Night Live,” Bill Murray played the hapless greenskeeper at the fictional Bushwood Country Club in the film, which also starred Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield and Ted Knight.

The film proved such a hit that it helped launch the Murray brothers’ venture into golf-related apparel and accessories. In 2015, all five Murray brothers were inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame, an organization honoring the role of caddies in the sport.

William Murray Golf’s statement concluded: “It was an honor for all of us to get to know Ed and to spend time with him over the past half decade as we’ve built this brand with the Murray family — and his loss is a hole that will never be filled.”

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On 9 February 2019, the Conservative Tears website published an article reporting that actor-comedian Bill Murray had died at the age of 81, expressing that he “wanted to see America unite under President Trump”:

Bill Murray Dead at 81 – Wanted To See ‘Americans United Under Trump’

William Billington “Bill” Murray is dead this evening in his home in Winnetka, Wisconsin. Murray, who left public life a few years ago to pursue a more conservative lifestyle, found out he was dying about three months ago but decided not to make a big deal out of it.

According to his spokesman and lawyer, Art Tubolls, Murray left very simple instructions for his passing:

Bill wanted to see America unite under President Trump and come together to fight against all the things he’s fought against his entire career. When he wrote the movie Ghostbusters he used Slimer as an example of how feeding something causes dependence. Stripes was to teach the average American that anyone can be a hero if the timing is right.

None of this was true: at the time this report was published, Bill Murray was still very much alive and only 68 years old. The report of his death was another fabrication by Conservative Tears, a site which is part of the America’s Last Line of Defense network of websites and Facebook pages that pump out a steady stream of inflammatory and politically divisive misinformation under the guise of proffering “satire.”

The very same site had published an equally false report of actor Henry Winkler‘s supposed death a week earlier.

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Bill Murray's brother Ed, who inspired 'Caddyshack,' dies

News of the elder Murray's death came in the form of a statement on the William Murray Golf Instagram account.
"It's with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of the legend Ed Murray," the statement read. "Named after the family patriarch, it was Ed who introduced the Murray family to this wonderful game of golf — by way of caddying at Indian Hills Country Club — at the age of 10, no less. (They don't make 'em like that anymore.)"
The statement went on to read that Murray "was the recipient of the Evans Scholarship back in 1963, while attending Northwestern University — a scholarship awarded to golf caddies — a family storyline which served as inspiration for the Danny Noonan character in 'Caddyshack' when Brian Doyle-Murray co-wrote that iconic screenplay."
"Ed and all five Murray brothers are members of the Caddie Hall of Fame, as well — something all the boys take pride in, as this game helped shape their lives," the statement said. "It was an honor for all of us to get to know Ed and to spend time with him over the past half decade as we've built this brand with the Murray family — and his loss is a hole that will never be filled."
No age or cause of death was given.
Bill Murray played Carl Spackler in "Caddyshack" while Michael O'Keefe starred as Noonan in the 1980 sports comedy.
CNN has reached out to an attorney for Bill Murray for comment.
Sours: https://www.cnn.com/2020/11/25/entertainment/bill-murray-ed-dies/index.html
Bill Murray passes away (1950 - 2019) (USA) - BBC News - 27 January 2019

Bill Murray's Brother Ed, the Inspiration Behind Caddyshack, Dies: 'A True Family Man'

Bill Murray is in mourning after the death of his brother Ed, who served as the inspiration behind the lead character in Caddyshack.

The 70-year-old actor's golf apparel company, William Murray Golf, announced Ed's death on Monday in a statement shared to Instagram alongside photos of the Murray brothers throughout the years. It is believed Ed was 76 at the time of his death.

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"It's with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of the legend Ed Murray," the caption read. "Named after the family patriarch, it was Ed who introduced the Murray family to this wonderful game of golf — by way of caddying at Indian Hills Country Club — at the age of 10, no less. (They don’t make ‘em like that anymore.)"

"Ed was the recipient of the Evans Scholarship back in 1963, while attending Northwestern University — a scholarship awarded to golf caddies — a family storyline which served as inspiration for the Danny Noonan character in Caddyshack when Brian Doyle-Murray co-wrote that iconic screenplay," the statement continued. "Ed and all five Murray brothers are members of the Caddie Hall of Fame, as well — something all the boys take pride in, as this game helped shape their lives."

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The Murray brothers were indicted in the Caddie Hall of Fame — which recognizes the role of caddies in the game of golf — in 2015.

In its statement, William Murray Golf said it was "an honor" to know Ed and "spend time with him over the past half decade as we’ve built this brand with the Murray family—and his loss is a hole that will never be filled."

"Thank you for always being so gracious, Ed. Our hearts are with his lovely family," the statement concluded. "Rest in paradise, to a true family man and a gentle, sweet soul. May we honor your memory from this day forward."

Directed by Harold Ramis, Caddyshack starred Bill Murray, Michael O'Keefe, Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield and Ted Knight.

Ed received a special acknowledgment credit in the 1980 comedy. He also appeared in the 2009 TV documentary about the movie, Caddyshack: The Inside Story.

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In 2015, Ed spoke about his love of golf telling his local paper the Santa Maria Sun, "I love it, more than anything!"

"I've been playing since I was 8 years old," Murray told the outlet. "You learn about a person on a golf course; you learn about their competitiveness, their integrity, their disposition.

"I think golf is such a great sport because it’s a game of honesty. It's a game of honor. It's a game where just when you're ready to quit, you're gonna have a great hole or a great shot and it brings you back. You make a putt on the 18th hole [and say,] 'Well, I’ll be back tomorrow.' "

Ed also loved the game as it was something he shared with his brothers and was very proud of being inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame with them.

"It was not about me, it wasn't about Billy either, usually he's the headline, it was the fact that all six of us caddied," he told the Sun.

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