Bill Murray's Career Wisdom Is Pointed And Sincere

<b class="credit">Getty Images</b>Bill Murray at a photo call for the upcoming film 'The Monuments Men' in Beverly Hills, California.
Getty ImagesBill Murray at a photo call for the upcoming film 'The Monuments Men' in Beverly Hills, California.



It's no secret that Bill Murray is a fan of his fans. He crashes kickball games, reads poetry to construction workers and bartends when he should be hanging out with the Wu-Tang Clan. New York City, where Murray lives, is obsessed with catching a glimpse of the unconventional star. Now he's giving back yet again, this time with valuable work advice.

Murray made his name at Saturday Night Live in the 1970s before starring in big hits like Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day. He's led such a fulfilling career that he could have quit a decade ago and we would have grudgingly forgiven him for it. What has he learned from his on-screen success? Murray has amassed some valuable career wisdom from his Hollywood dealings, some of which he unloaded at an Ask Me Anything session on Reddit last Friday.