1. In 2009, Chevy Chase appeared as a recurring villain in the spy sitcom, Chuck.
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3. Chevy Chase was born on 8th October 1943 in Lower Manhattan, New York, the US His birth name is Cornelius Crane "Chevy" Chase and belongs to the American nationality.
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6. In 1978, Chevy Chase starred in the hit comedy film Foul Play, which co-starred Goldie Hawn.
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7. Chevy Chase is a member of the Hollywood Gourmet Poker Club, a very exclusive group which is mostly made up of famous faces.
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11. Chevy Chase entered Minnesota's Hazelden Clinic in September 2016 for treatment of an alcohol-related issue.
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12. In 1986, Chevy Chase was admitted to the Betty Ford Clinic for treatment of an addiction to prescription painkillers.
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15. Chevy Chase was roasted by the New York Friars Club for a Comedy Central television special in 2002.
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16. Chevy Chase played saxophone onstage at Simon's free concert at the Great Lawn in Central Park in the summer of 1991.
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17. Chevy Chase appeared alongside Paul Simon, one of his best friends, in Simon's 1986 second video for "You Can Call Me Al", in which he lip-syncs all of Simon's lyrics.
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19. Chevy Chase appeared on the show's 25th anniversary special in 1999, and was interviewed for a 2005 NBC special on the first five years of SNL.
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20. Chevy Chase received two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award for his comedy writing and live comic acting on the show.
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26. Chevy Chase ultimately graduated from the Stockbridge School, an independent boarding school in the town of Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
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29. Chevy Chase has hosted the Academy Awards twice and briefly had his own late-night talk show, The Chevy Chase Show (1993).
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35. Chevy Chase was not drafted; when he appeared in January 1989 as the first guest of the just-launched late-night The Pat Sajak Show, he said he had convinced his draft board he deserved a 4-F classification by "falsely claiming, among other things, that he had homosexual tendencies".
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38. Chevy Chase appeared in a prominent recurring role as villainous software magnate Ted Roark on the NBC spy-comedy Chuck.
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41. Chevy Chase was Hasty Pudding's 1993 Man of the Year, and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1994.
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46. Chevy Chase moved to Los Angeles, married Carlin, and was replaced by Bill Murray, although he made a few appearances on the show during the second season.
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47. Chevy Chase acknowledged Ernie Kovacs' influence on his work in Saturday Night Live, and he thanked Kovacs during his acceptance speech for his Emmy Award.
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51. Chevy Chase was one of the original cast members of Saturday Night Live, NBC's late-night comedy television show, beginning in October 1975.
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55. Chevy Chase was not drafted; when he appeared in January 1989 as the first guest of the just-launched late-night Pat Sajak Show, he said he had convinced his draft board he deserved a 4-F classification by "falsely claiming, among other things, that he had homosexual tendencies".
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56. Chevy Chase was educated at Riverdale Country School, an independent day school in the Riverdale neighborhood of New York City, before being expelled.
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