Bill Murray Considers His 'Difficult' Title as 'Badge of Honor'

February 09, 2010 04:43:16 GMT

Bill Murray doesn't mind to be called as a 'difficult' person to work with since he sees it as 'a badge of honor', admitting it has saved him from some annoyance.


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Bill Murray never feels offended when he is labeled "difficult" to work with - because he sees it as a "badge of honor." The Hollywood actor famously fell out with director McG while they were making 2000 action film "Charlie's Angels", but denied the moviemaker's claims he headbutted him when a disagreement turned violent.

He was also rumored to have clashed with actress Lucy Liu - one of his "Charlie's Angels" co-stars. Murray admits he's "nothing but trouble" on film sets, especially when he doesn't agree with the decisions being made - but he doesn't see his refusal to compromise as a failing.

He says, "People say I'm difficult and sometimes that's a badge of honor. At work I'm just nothing but trouble with anything I don't want to do. And I fired my agents. I said I didn't ever want to speak to them ever again, and I never did. It saved me money but mostly it stopped the irritation of the endless phone calls."


 




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