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Judy Jacklin (I) (31 December 1976 - 5 March 1982) (his death)
Animal House (1978) $40,000
Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:
Rotund, expressive, and volatile comedian who, after apprenticeships with the Second City comedy troupe and the National Lampoon radio show during the early 1970s, won fame as a gifted comic actor with a gallery of memorable characters created for the first four years of "Saturday Night Live." He debuted on theater screens in the Jack Nicholson-directed Goin' South (1978), then scored big as Bluto in National Lampoon's Animal House (1978), and joined fellow SNL alumnus Dan Aykroyd for 1941 (1979), The Blues Brothers (1980, based on their TV characters) and Neighbors (1981). Belushi took a stab at a more conventional lead role in Continental Divide (1981, with Blair Brown), playing a gruff newspaper columnist. His soaring drug consumption hampered his work, however, and several scheduled film projects were aborted before his tragic drug-induced death in 1982.