CHARLESTON , S.C. — Bill Murray has done it again.
The actor, who is known for making random appearances near Charleston, accepted an invitation to a birthday party for himself and the party’s host at a home in Jedburg on Saturday night, according to The Post and Courier.
Marvin Reynolds, who was celebrating his birthday, and his wife Julie invited Murray to attend the party and celebrate his own birthday.
Murray will turn 64 on Friday.
Chef Brett McKee, who catered the event, took photos and videos of his long-time friend and posted them on Facebook. One of the videos posted to Facebook shows Murray dancing to Turn Down for What by DJ Snake and Lil’ Jon.
“He doesn’t care,” McKee told The Post and Courier. “To him, he’s just a regular dude. I don’t think there’s anyone today in Hollywood who would do that for someone.”
Murray also opened presents from guests and blew out candles on two cakes.
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