Eddie Murphy

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Murphy seen working at age 17.

Edward "Out of the Closet" Murphy (born April 3, 1961) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, singer, director, comedian, and sell-out. He was a funny guy in the '80s, but now makes anti-comedy movies like Pluto Nash, The Haunted Mansion, Norbit, Meet Dave, and other humor atrocities. He also played in a rare gothic horror film called A Vampire In Brooklyn. The film paired him up with a who's who of Wes Craven's talent pool from the 1980s and 1990s. He wrote the film with his brother when he was alive, Wes Craven and Eddie Murphy were at a crossroads how to play Murphy's Gothic Horror rarity.

Known for his sexual prowess with women as long as they had a penis, Murphy became famous for starting the Transvestite Prostitute Chauffeur Service (T.P.C.S).

Early life[edit]

Eddie Murphy was born in 1962 in a farm just outside Brooklyn. His mother, Jackie Chan, met his father, Waka Flocka Flame, while selling her body for Whopper Juniors outside the local Burger King. Being the ever so generous yet unnaturally horny man he is, Waka Flocka traded an entire Whopper Extra Value meal in exchange for casual sex out back by the dumpster. Growing up, children used to call him "Little Miss Sunshine" due to the fact that he enjoyed dressing in drag and picking the petals off sunflowers while chanting, "He loves me, he loves me not."

Giving up on fate, Eddie decided to take his lovelife into his own hands. At the age of 17, Eddie moved to Queens to find true love. Instead, he inevitably found his way to the streets becoming a male prostitute specializing in "The Triple Tickler." His luck would soon change, though, after an important client made him an offer he could not refuse. In the summer of 2008, Eddie Murphy starred in the snuff film Meet Dave. On October 4, 2009, Murphy was named "The 10th Worst Actor of All Time".

Acting career[edit]

Early in his career, Murphy made/starred in genuinely funny movies and TV shows, like Saturday Night Live, Coming to America, Trading Places, and The Bus Is Going too Fast Man!. As of 1996, however, he has been making terrible family movies. Murphy first starred in Jackson's production of Girl Interrupted, a story of a male prostitute trying to make it in the film industry. Many critics argue that the film was strikingly similar to Murphy's own biography, written in 1982 with a crayon. Girl Interrupted was critically panned and nominated for a total of 16 Golden Raspberry Awards.

In 1995 he did a rare thing as discussed above, and the film is a hidden deal that they hardly discuss but looking into the back story of the stunt players there's a story in that alone that is scarier than Wes Craven's 1980s output. The stunt person died from a 42 foot drop (hint it was from the most macabre sequence in the film.) It was easy one of the reasons he didn't do many stunts as he was noted for his own stunts. Coming to America he had a stunt double with one part.

Eddie decided he was no longer going to adhere to the fascists in charge of writing his scripts. He was sick of the filthy humor involved in each role he portrayed. After attending night school at Romanowski's School For The Blind, Murphy learned how to write award-winning family screenplays. His first work was named The Nutty Professor, and broke all previous box office records.

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