Chase, who once reached the income amount of million per film, appeared in two TV commercials for Cola Turka, a Turkish soft drink developed to compete with both Coca-Cola and Pepsi.He also joined the all-star charity single Voices That Care and appeared alongside Paul Simon in Simons music video You Can Call Me Al.
Transferring to the Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, he graduated with a B. The ex-boyfriend of actress Blythe Danner was formerly married to Susan Hewitt before tying the knot with Jacqueline Carlin on December 4, 1976.
However, the marriage ended four years later and Chevy married Jaynie Luke on March 16, 1982.
In honor of the late John Belushi, Chase took part in the TV special Saturday Night Live: The Best of John Belushi (2005).
Recently, Chase hit the box-offices with the role of head scientist Dr.
Before long, his efforts in the long running show brought in two Emmy Awards and two Emmy nominations.
In SNL, Chase was famous as an original performer of the Not-Ready-for-Prime-Time Players segment and the original anchor of the Weekend Update fragment.
Despite the negative reports of his dispute with many SNL cast members and crew, Chase rescued his reputation with two Emmy awards and two Emmy nominations.
Chase won his third Emmy for co-writing the TV program The Paul Simon Special (1977, also performed).
After taking home another Emmy Award for co-writing the TV program The Paul Simon Special (1977, also performed), Chase built his acting career with the role of bumbling cop Tony Carlson in the thriller comedy Foul Play (1978), which earned two Golden Globe nominations.
He also took the part of Clark Griswold in a National Lampoons movie titled Vacation (1983), as well as its sequels, European Vacation (1985), Christmas Vacation (1989) and Vegas Vacation (1997).
Cornelius Cornelius Crane Chase (later would be famous as Chevy Chase) was born on October 8, 1943, in Woodstock, New York, to a distinguished family.