Bill Murray showed up at a South Carolina birthday party on Saturday night, to the delight of the suburban partygoers.
Marvin Larry Reynolds, who was celebrating his birthday, decided to invite Murray, who turns 64 on Sept. 21, to his celebration in Jedburg. Murray, who's no stranger to showing up at civilian events, attended the party and appeared to have quite a blast. He even received his own presents from the partygoers and blew out the candles on two cakes.
"He doesn't care. To him, he's just a regular dude," McKee told The Post and Courier. "I don't think there's anyone today in Hollywood who would do that for someone."
Luckily, the party wasn't too out of the way for Murray — he owns a home in the Charleston area and is a partial owner of the Charleston RiverDogs, a minor league baseball team, The Post and Courier reports. Check out Murray dancing to "867-5309/Jenny" at the party in McKee's video below. --Meghan DeMaria