On Tuesday (September 28th), National Lampoon star Chevy Chase took to his Instagram to share a video of a dance he and his daughter, Caley, did while swimming.
“Symphony with my daughter @caleyleigh,” Chevy Chance captioned the video.
Caley is Chase’s second daughter with his third wife, Jayni Chase. The couple, who was married in 1982, has three daughters, including Caley.
The video with Caley comes just a little over six months after Chevy Chase returned home following a 5-week hospitalization for a heart issue. The actor and comedian shared with Page Six at the time, “These are my first few days home. I can only say how happy I am now to be back with my family. I’m feeling good.”
Chevy Chase also told the media outlet that he has no plans to go anywhere. “I used to go out and do anything. I’d do slapsticks in front of 3,000 people. But at this moment, I have no need to go out and meet COVID.”
Chevy Chase Reflects on His Career & ‘Saturday Night Live’
During a 2018 interview with the Washington Post, Chevy Chase shared his thoughts about his acting career and his life in general. “I’ve already done what I’ve done. I can’t change anything,” Chase stated. “And I’m old. I don’t have to worry about what I did anymore. I know I am.”
Chevy Chase goes on to say that he’s proud to be who he is because he cares about others and about feelings. “I care about warmth, love. It’s everything,” he continued.
While discussing Saturday Night Live, Chevy Chase declared that after the first two years, the show went downhill. “Why am I saying that? Because I was in it? I guess. That’s a horrible thing to say. But certainly, I never had more fun. I really loved it and enjoyed it.”
Chevy Chase didn’t mention his infamous backstage fight with Bill Murray during Saturday Night Live in 1978. In June 2021 though, Jane Curtin appeared on Watch What Happens Live! and recalled the entire situation. “It was that sad kind of tensions that you would get in a family,” Curtin explained. “And everybody goes to their corners because they don’t want to have to deal with the tension.”
Laraine Newman also remembered the scuffle between the two Saturday Night Live co-stars. “I think they both knew the one thing that they could say to one another that would hurt the most. And that’s what I think incited it.”