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The comedic thriller "Foul Play" proved Chase had the makings of a movie star, and after racking up hits like "Caddyshack," "Fletch" and "National Lampoon's Vacation," he became was one of the highest paid actors in Hollywood.
Chase has passed up on just as many, if not more, iconic roles, including "Ghostbusters," "Forrest Gump," and "American Beauty. Try not to trip along the way. Chevy Chase was born on October 8, Jones, who were all also born on the 8th. I'm Cornelius Chase and You're Not. Chevy's real name is Cornelius Crane Chase. His grandmother gave him the nickname Chevy, which came from a medieval narrative folk song, "The Ballad of Chevy Chase.
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His father was a writer and literary editor, his mother was a musician and composer, his paternal grandfather and great uncle were both artists, and his grandmother was a classical vocalist. Chase's family also had some serious wealth. His mother was an heir to the Crane Plumbing fortune.
When he was 4, Chevy's parents split up, and his dad later married a woman who was part of the Folgers Coffee family. While Chase's family had a hefty bankroll, he worked hard to support himself as he pursued his career as a writer and performer. His day jobs included driving a cab, managing the produce department at a supermarket, selling wine, waiting tables, working in construction, and driving a truck.
A Boy and His Cow. From toChase was a student at Haverford College in Pennsylvania, where he developed a reputation for his offbeat sense of humor. Chevy has claimed that he was kicked out of the school for keeping a cow in his dorm room, but in his roommate at Haverford, David Felson, confirmed that was a joke, and Chase had in fact left because of bad grades. Speaking of cows, check out Chase on "Saturday Night Live" discussing the virtues of milk: Chevy was originally on a pre-med curriculum, but he ended up with an English degree, which is why a Dr.
Chevy Chase has never checked your tonsils. Chase had a steady girlfriend during most of his time at Bard — Blythe Danner, who would go on to become a well-respected actress and have a daughter named Gwyneth Paltrow. Now imagine Chevy as Gwyneth's dad … 9. After leaving Bard, Chase abandoned the idea of going on to medical school. With the military draft still on, Chase claims he managed to stay out of the army by convincing the draft board he was a "deranged homosexual. Chase is a talented musician as well as an actor and writer.
While at Bard College, he played drums and keyboards in what he's described as "a bad jazz band" called the Leather Canary. Two of the group's members, Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, would have better luck when they formed Steely Dan in Chevy the Pop Star.
Chase sings one tune"Here's A Song," on their self-titled album, but they broke up not long after the record was released. While struggling to a name for himself as a comedy writer, Chase sold a piece to Mad Magazine in The story was a short take-off on the then-popular TV series "Mission: Heading for the Cliff. InChase became part of the cast of an off-Broadway show sponsored by National Lampoon Magazine called "Lemmings," described as "a satirical joke-rock mock-concert musical comedy semi-revue theatrical presentation.
Third Time Is the Charm. Please check your inbox to confirm your email address. If you didn't receive a confirmation, please resubmit your information or email: If you haven't heard of Matt and Kim, Google them. Try typing in "Lessons Learned. Yup, that's them stripping down to their birthday suits in the middle of New York City's Times Square. The video was Matt's idea. Kim wasn't super-keen on getting buck naked in what is perhaps the busiest intersection in the world, in the brutal cold it was shot in Februarybut she acquiesced.
Actually, if you pay attention, you'll see that Kim ends up totally nude before Matt does. They both got balls. Their story goes like this: Kim thought Matt was hot; Matt was both intimidated and intrigued by Kim's tattoos. They moved in together three months later. They've shared a tour bus and a tiny apartment in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for the past six years. Now they're ready to move on.
They just bought their first place in the Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, and they're gearing up to trade their old furniture for some "grown-up" stuff. When they'll actually find time to move is questionable—they just finished recording their new album and were about to head out on a US tour shortly after this interview—but we thought it would be fun to take them furniture shopping in Brooklyn.
Just 'cause, you know, they really ought to consider getting a bigger bed. So, tell us about this new place you guys just bought. It's in [the Brooklyn neighborhood of] Clinton Hill.
We both went to Pratt and we still have a certain love for the area— the tree-lined streets and stuff like that. It's a nice, cute little brownstone. We're still having the contractors going in there and everything, so I have to say I'm terrified something's going to happen that makes us not get it. I've been a nervous wreck the past week. You have to think positively.
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I mean, if we want it we have it, Kim. Does it have outdoor space? I grew up in Vermont with nothing but outdoor space. My parents would open the door and be like, "See you later! I've been [in New York City] 10 years and haven't had a lick of outdoor space.
So it'll be nice to have. Kim is for some reason freaked out by grass though. She won't sit on it. She just wants to pave over it.
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I'm excited about maybe getting a dog though. Sometimes we go to the dog park during lunchtime breaks or whatever and watch from the outside. You can't go in unless you have a dog. I always wonder if people are creeped out by us even being on the outside of the park, gawking at their dogs. There's this one kind of dog I want really badly. This is gonna sound so pathetic, but I have pictures cut from magazines of this dog. Matt knows what it is.
We already named it. It's gonna be "Shorty. Did you have a hard time finding a place you both liked? We did search for about a year, but we agreed on everything we wanted for the most part. Kim and I bizarrely agree on a lot of stuff, like way more than two people who spend 24 hours a day together should. Somehow we don't want to kill each other; that's the amazing thing. We're kind of the same person. We shared a cell phone for like six years. How did you call each other? We never had to—we're always together!
What was on your list when you were house hunting? We wanted at least three bedrooms because we both do a lot of work at home. Surprisingly, for a band, 95 percent of the work has nothing to do with music. Kim's always answering emails. We're just really involved with everything from the artwork to our music videos, so…we both wanted our own office space. We've been sharing one room as an office, but it makes it really easy for Kim to turn to me and be like, "Hey, what do you think of this?
I think it might be a scientific fact that men cannot multitask. So we needed our own workspace. Matt isn't very organized at all. I organize everything in our place except his computer. I'm the kind of dude that when the desktop gets full, I just drag it all into one folder called "desktop. Did you know for sure that you wanted to stay in Brooklyn? We both grew up in the Northeast, so it's nice being a few hours away from where we both started out.
I don't know, it's a weird addiction. Did you tell her about how you proposed when we were looking for a place? You guys are engaged? No, not proposed like marriage-proposed. After a year of looking, we were hanging out in LA and went over to my friend's place, which is a great house in Silver Lake.
So I peeked at some real estate—it's so much more affordable than it is here. I was like, "Kim, we should move to LA. And I said, "Hell no, thank you! Coming from a punk background and, especially, growing up and listening to punk music, it was such a concern. It happened and it was fine.
But we were nervous about it. Then, the next one that came was a Bacardi commercial with " Daylight. I'm sure it could be looked up online.
It didn't have any talking over our song. It was just this beautiful commercial of people dancing through different eras. It was as much a Matt and Kim commercial as it was a Bacardi commercial.
I still remember at that moment being like, "Hopefully, not a lot of people will see it and we'll just get this great check. When I was working freelance film jobs, at the beginning of this band, it would have taken me literally a year to make that much. It broke it in the good way. Broke us to the public.
The money was nothing in comparison to the exposure and how many people learned about our band through that commercial. It was one of the best things that ever happened to our band. It totally changed my perspective on working with brands in advertising.
Especially being [a] band that [was] not on a lot of radio stations, the exposure was incredible. All the feedback was positive. Maybe, at that point, [for] the people who are so concerned about what was the newest coolest thing—we were not that anymore. We were too aboveground anyway. I don't remember any hate coming off that. For a younger artist, who's maybe a bit wary of syncs or is maybe open to the idea but doesn't know what to do, what advice do you have?
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It does have to fit in your brand. We've never done fast food or tobacco. There's a couple things we don't mess with. So, I think you have to look at your brand and where it makes sense. Sorry to use the term brand too many times here.