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'Ghostbusters' Star Harold Ramis Dies at 69

Comedy legend Harold Ramis, best known for his classic role in the “Ghostbusters” films, has died, his wife told the Chicago Tribune. He was 69.
Comedy legend Harold Ramis, best known for his classic role in the “Ghostbusters” films, has died, his wife told the Chicago Tribune. He was 69.

Ramis suffered from autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, a disease that causes swelling in the blood vessels, and died from complications of the illness, surrounded by his family.

A graduate of the famed Second City comedy theater, Ramis got his start in show business writing films like “National Lampoon’s Vacation” and “Ghostbusters,” which he also acted in.

He most recently directed episodes of “The Office.” He first got sick in 2010, his wife told The Tribune.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2014/02/24/harold-ramis-ghostbusters-star-dies-at-6-report-says/
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