You have big dreams and a fantastic imagination. You have a healthy distaste for authority and rodents. When you set your mind on something, you go to extremes to accomplishing your goal. So you got that going for you.
John Winger from “Stripes.”
You’re a smooth operator with the opposite sex and sarcasm is basically your first language. You’re either in search of a more fulfilling career or you’ve recently found your calling. People gravitate towards you because you’re charming and an unconventional leader.
Bob Wiley from “What About Bob?”
You pride yourself in being honest and friendly. People just can’t get enough of your “aww shucks” demeanor and think you have a heart of gold. You might have a few phobias, but who doesn’t, right? City living probably stresses you out a bit, and you prefer a more relaxed pace of life.
Buena Vista Pictures.
Frank Cross from “Scrooged.”
You are incredibly successful and you sacrificed a lot to climb the corporate latter. Deep down, you kind of regret it. Underneath your tough outer shell is a real sweetheart who is totally misunderstood.
Phil Connors from “Groundhog Day.”
You know your own strengths, weaknesses, wants, and desires incredibly well. You have the wisdom of someone three times your age. You probably hate who you were 10 years ago. You feel like you get déjà vu a lot.
Ernie McCracken from “Kingpin.”
You are the party. You make a ton of money doing what you love and you like to flaunt it. You eat, drink, talk, spend, and live fast. Men want your life and women want to be a part of it. You take what you want and don’t care if it rubs people the wrong way because you’re a winner.
Bill Murray’s Cameos As Himself.
Your wit and sense of humor are legendary and so is your humility. You’re a genuine man of the people who doesn’t put on airs. You love sports and truly enjoying the small things in life. Sometimes you’re hard to track down, but people love having you around.
Tripper Harrison from “Meatballs.”
Wallace Ritchie from “The Man Who Knew Too Little.”
You love to go with the flow and sometimes it gets you into trouble. You’re a tad naive, but notice that things usually work out in your favor.
Wes Anderson Universe Bill Murray.
Your friends probably call you a hipster because you love vintage things, but you prefer to call yourself quirky. What’s wrong with having an eclectic taste in music and appreciating the arts? Absolutely nothing. So go enjoy your pinot noir while listening to a Paul Simon record, because you deserve it.
You’re accomplished and charming in a way that almost seems effortless. You felt as though your best years were behind you until you met someone that inspired you to open your eyes again.
Dr. Peter Venkman from “Ghostbusters.”
You’re funny, charming, sarcastic, and a bit of a con artist. You love the limelight and hate self-righteous posers. You’re an unlikely and reckless leader who likes to dive right in without testing the waters. People really enjoy your company.