Eddie Murphy Reacts To Old Photos With Obama And Mike Tyson, Talks Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F

Comedian Eddie Murphy shared stories from old pictures with James Brown, Barack Obama and Mike Tyson, talks about Beverly Hills Cop being the No. 1 movie for 14 weeks and his character wearing the same jacket from the original film in Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F.

Eddie Murphy started performing stand-up comedy at the age of 15. He quickly became known for his sharp wit and spot-on impersonations.

He joined “Saturday Night Live” in 1980 at just 19 years old, and his characters, such as Buckwheat and Gumby, quickly made him a household name.

His role as Axel Foley in the 1984 film “Beverly Hills Cop” was a major turning point in his career. The movie was a huge box office hit and solidified his status as a leading man in Hollywood. Eddie Murphy voiced the character Donkey in the “Shrek” series, which brought him a new generation of fans and showcased his talent in voice acting.

Beyond acting, Murphy has also pursued music. His 1985 song “Party All the Time” was a hit and reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

In several films, Murphy has played multiple characters. Notably, in “Coming to America” and “The Nutty Professor,” he portrayed various distinct and memorable characters, showcasing his versatility.

He won a Golden Globe Award for his role in the musical film “Dreamgirls” (2006), where he played soul singer James “Thunder” Early.

Murphy starred in the successful family comedy “Dr. Dolittle” in 1998, which led to a sequel in 2001.

Eddie Murphy is also known for his philanthropy, having donated millions to various charities, including AIDS research and support for the homeless.

In 2015, he received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, which is one of the highest honors for comedians in the United States. See more photos and a video clip inside….


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