Eddie Murphy, from its true name Edward Regan Murphy, was born
on April 2, 1961 in New York. It proves very gifted for the
imitation and the comedy as of its more tender childhood and
gives its first representation in public to the 15 years age
in its college. It improves this first spectacle and gives it
in various houses of young new Yorkean until the day or it is
pointed out by a manager. At 19 years, it takes part in an emission
of television and allured the public thanks to its imitations
and its interpretations. In 1982, it is engaged for its first
role with the cinema in "48 Hours" then connects successes
with "the Cop of Beverly Hills", "an Armchair
For Two", etc. In 1983, it marries Nicole Mitchell who
will give him five children.
Eddie crosses the
Eighties while becoming one of the actors most popular of its
country and receives many rewards for its various roles. The
beginning of the Nineties is one difficult period for Eddie
which enchaine bad films. Fortunately, in 1996 its interpretation
in "Professor Foldingue" gives it on the way of success.
One finds it in 1998 in "Doctor Doolittle", in which
it carries out a true performance by interpreting seven different
roles. It turns with Robert De Niro in 2001 in "Showtime"
and is the high-speed motorboat of "the Haunted Manor And
the 999 Phantoms" in 2003. The following year, as it had
done at the time of the first episode and in "Mulan"
it lends its voice to Shrek for the continuation of its adventures.