Comedian Harold Ramis, best known for his work in Ghostbusters and Stripes, died Monday morning in Chicago. He was 69. According to TMZ, the writer-director passed away from complications from a rare autoimmune disease. In addition to his acting work, Ramis wrote and directed the hit comedies, Caddyshack (his directorial debut), Groundhog Day and Analyze This, and was a co-writer on such hits as National Lampoon’s Animal House and Meatballs. Video released yesterday: Youtube