John Belushi: The Private World of a Comedy Legend

Jim Belushi has a special ritual he repeats every time he steps onstage with Dan Aykroyd as one half of the Blues Brothers, a role he inherited from his late brother, comic actor John Belushi. “I put my head down, and I bring John to my mind,” says Jim. “The tragedy of losing him is a common tragedy. But there will only ever be one John Belushi talent.”

Even though it’s been decades since John, remembered for his role in 1978’s and as part of the original cast of died after a tragic overdose in 1982, his legacy lives on. “John wasn’t perfect, but he was a full human being,” says Judy Belushi

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