Randy Quaid is in deep shit

Randy Quaid’s mug shot

In addition to “San Ysidro Ranch,” you can add “IRS” to the list of who Randy Quaid owes money to. From the Detroit News:

Actor Randy Quaid, who is being sought by California authorities for reportedly stiffing a hotel, has a history of delinquent bills. The IRS has filed tax liens against him totaling more than $1.16 million in recent years, records show.

Quaid, 58, star of “National Lampoon’s Vacation,” also filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy in January 2000 in Los Angeles. At the time, he was raking in more than $83,000 a month, according to court records. Among his creditors…wait for it…The Carlyle Hotel.

What’s owed:

  • The IRS filed a $229,886 lien against Quaid on Oct. 12, 2004, in the Los Angeles County Recorder of Deeds office.
  • The IRS filed a $933,789 lien against Quaid on May 5, 2004, in Los Angeles.

How does a guy make more than $83,000 a month and still have to file for bankruptcy? Outside of Hollywood, most people can live off a million a year without going broke. For example, with some careful financial planning, here’s a breakdown of what my monthly budget would look like if I were making that much money:
- Food: $500
- Rent: $1900
- Strippers: $50,000
- Stripper Related Expenses:
     – Handy Wipes: $100
- Prostitutes: $30,000
- Prostitute Related Expenses:
     – Rags: $75
     – Chloroform: $125
     – Rope: $75
     – Shovel: $25
     – Lye: $200


September 30, 2009 - 11:45 am