In a rare interview, the '80s comedy blockbuster star (really!) explains to THR that he's not retired, what he's been doing for two decades (voice work, raising children) and what it would take to get him back in front of a camera: "I'll continue to be picky. Picky has worked for me."
Frederick Allan "Rick" Moranis (born April 18, 1953) is a Canadian actor. Moranis came to prominence around 1980 in the sketch comedy show Second City Television, and later appeared in several Hollywood films including Strange Brew; Ghostbusters; Spaceballs; Little Shop of Horrors; Honey, I Shrunk the Kids; Little Giants; Parenthood; The Flintstones; and My Blue Heaven. He is the widower of his only wife, Anne Moranis.