Bill Murray gets down to "Turn Down for What" at a house party (VIDEO)
You may have thought your birthday party this year was kind of epic, but we're pretty sure Marvin "Larry" Reynolds' was better.
After all, Reynolds — who lives just outside of Charleston, South Carolina — celebrated his birthday this weekend with none other than Bill Murray.
Once press-shy, Murray has become quite prolific at popping up and making unexpected cameos as of late. From crashing the bachelor party of a couple of Bostonians to handing out a biting (albeit hilarious) autograph at a high school football game, the iconic actor certainly makes an impression.
So while it shouldn't come as any surprise that Murray accepted an invitation to attend a birthday party in a rural suburb of Charleston, well, it still does. There aren't many celebrities who'd make such a trip.
Murray first met Larry Reynolds earlier this year, and subsequently Reynolds' wife Julie — who clearly knows how to throw one hell of a party — extended the invitation for Murray to join in Larry's birthday celebration. A sweet gesture on their part, as the actor turns 64 this Sunday.
Julie also enlisted the help of high-profile chef Brett McKee to cater the event. McKee, who cooked the partygoers a four-course meal, immortalized the memorable night via pictures and video, which he was kind enough to share with us.
Photo credit: All photos and video courtesy of Brett McKee
"It was an honor to be part of such a special night with my good friends Julie and Larry Reynolds," McKee, pictured here with Murray, told us. "And it was such a privilege to have Bill Murray show up, and realize that as human beings we are all just flesh and blood. We all just had a great time! No one was better than the other — it was just a night of fun food and friends."
Murray was obviously an impressively laid-back party guest.
He casually mingled with other guests, chatting over dinner.
He hugged people. And we're talking genuine, sincere, full-body hugs.
He joined Larry in blowing out the candles on their birthday cakes.
He opened a few birthday gifts, naturally. But, perhaps most memorably, he danced.
Oh, did he dance. And we've gotta admit, Bill Murray's got moves, y'all.