Half of the famous Blues Brothers and frat house mad man Bluto being the rabble rouser that he was.
Very few can match the stage presence that was John Belushi back in the day. His iconic role as John “Bluto” Blutarsky of the infamous Delta Tau Chi fraternity is what really stuck in the hearts of many. Easily remembered by his colleagues in the industry as a hearty fellow, Belushi was indeed a play maker on the set of his movies as well as in real life. Belushi was also a football champion in his earlier years. One can never forget that iconic “College” sweater and his bellowing yelps of “Toga! Toga! Toga!” in the classic movie National Lampoon’s Animal House. His career, sadly, was cut short with accidental drug overdose.
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