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Murray Gershenz
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    (May 12, 1922-August 28, 2013)
    Born in New York City, New York
    Record store owner turned character actor
    Opened the 'Music Man Murray' record store in Los Angeles (1962)
    Made his first acting appearance in an episode of Will and Grace (2001)
    Also appeared in episodes of 'Mad Men,' 'House,' 'Modern Family,' 'Parks and Recreation,' 'The Sarah Silverman Show,' 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' and 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'
    Appeared in the films 'The Hangover' (2009), 'I Love You, Man' (2009) and 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' (2013)
    Subject of the documentary 'Music Man Murray' (2011)
    He described himself as a 'compulsive collector.'
    The Onion A.V. Club's assessment of his show biz career: 'professional old guy.'
    He dropped trou and showed off his droopy butt in 'The Hangover.'
    He sang with the St. Louis Opera and as a synagogue cantor.
    His record store's motto was 'You name it, we find it.'
    Entertainers, including Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and Mae West, contacted him to track down copies of their own records.
    When he sold his store's inventory for $1.5 million, the buyer needed a 52 truck fleet to haul it off (2013).
    He racked up a decent string of acting credits for a guy who started when he was almost 80.

Credit: C. Fishel

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