CHARLIE DAY (Andy Campbell / Executive Producer) has gained a
loyal following among both critics and fans all over the world for his work in
films and on television.
He currently stars as the hapless Charlie Kelly on the series "It's Always Sunny
in Philadelphia," which he created in collaboration with friends and
co-producers Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton. In 2011, he received a Critics'
Choice Award nomination for Best Actor in a Comedy Series. He also writes and
executive produces the show, which will return for its 12th season in January on
On the big screen, Day is perhaps best known for his starring role in the hit
comedy "Horrible Bosses" and its sequel, "Horrible Bosses 2," for which he
earned an MTV Movie Award nomination. His other film credits include "Going the
Distance," Guillermo del Toro's "Pacific Rim," "Vacation" and "The Hollars." He
also lent his voice to the animated hits "Monsters University" and "The LEGO
Prior to "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," Day had a recurring role on NBC's
"Third Watch" and also appeared on the FOX comedy "Luis." His other television
credits include "Drunk History," "Law & Order: SVU," "American Dad," "Reno 911,"
"Mary and Rhoda," "Madigan Men," "Campfire Stories" and "Unsupervised." He also
hosted NBC's iconic show "Saturday Night Live."
Born in the Bronx, New York, and raised in Rhode Island, Day began his acting
career on the stage. He participated in the Williamstown Theater Festival for
four years and went on to play the lead role in "Dead End" at the Huntington
Theater in Boston.
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