|National Lampoon's Animal House||1978||Actor||John Blutarsky--||19787|
|The Blues Brothers||1980||Actor||"Joliet" Jake Blues||19807|
|Continental Divide||1981||Actor||Ernie Souchak||19817|
|Saturday Night Live||1979 1975 - 1979||Actor||(1975-76 to 1978-79 season)||19797|
|Things We Did Last Summer||Actor||n/a||7|
|The Richard Pryor Special?||1977 1976 - 1977||Actor||n/a||19777|
|The Beach Boys Special||1976 1975 - 1976||Actor||n/a||19767|
|The Richard Pryor Special||1982 1981 - 1982||Actor||n/a||19827|
|1941||1979||Actor||Wild Bill Kelso||19797|
|Old Boyfriends||1979||Actor||Eric Katz||19797|
|Steve Martin's Best Show Ever||1982 1981 - 1982||Actor||n/a||19827|
|La Honte de la jungle||1974||Voice||of Craig Baker--the Perfect Master||19746|
|The Rutles: All You Need Is Cash||Actor||Ron Decline||7|
|Saturday Night Live's Presidential Bash||1993 1992 - 1993||Actor||Henry Kissinger||19937|
|Mouthing Off: 51 Greatest Smartasses||2004 2003 - 2004||Actor||Honoree (SNL Weekend Update Desk) (Archival Footage)||20047|
|National Lampoon's Animal House||1978||Song Performer||("Money")||1|
|First film credit as voice of the Perfect Master for French animated feature "La honte de la jungle/Jungle Burger"|
|Hired as a writer for the syndicated National Lampoon's Radio Hour, which later became the National Lampoon Show in 1975|
|Joined Chicago's Second City improvisation troupe|
|Received first acclaim as original, regular cast member of "Saturday Night Live"|
|Appeared in the movie "Goin' South," which starred and was directed by Jack Nicholson|
|Cast by director John Landis in "National Lampoon's Animal House"; appeared in the minor role as the notorious, beer-swilling Bluto; despite appearing in only a dozen scenes the performance stole the movie|
|Appeared in "Continental Divide," playing a hard-nosed Chicago newspaperman who finds romance in Colorado|
|Co-starred with Dan Aykroyd in the movie "Neighbors," with John playing a straight-arrow family man whose life is turned upside down when a wild family man (Aykroyd) moves in next door|
|Received top billing in John Landis' "The Blues Brothers," co-starred with Dan Aykroyd|
|Joined the cast of National Lampoon's Lemmings, an off-Broadway rock musical revue|
|Along with fellow SNL regular Dan Aykroyd quit the series to pursue movie projects|
|On March 5, 1982, John Belushi was found dead in his hotel room at the age of 33; the cause of death was a lethal injection of cocaine and heroin|
|Judy Belushi||Wife||Married Dec. 31, 1976 until his death March 5, 1982|
|Adam Belushi||Father||Moved to U.S. at age 16 from Albania|
|James Belushi||Brother||Born June 15, 1954|
|College of DuPage|
|University of Wisconsin at Whitewater|
|Wheaton Central High School|
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