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  • The LEGO Movie

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  • Fist Fight

  • Vacation

  • Horrible Bosses 2

  • The LEGO Movie

  • Monsters University

  • Pacific Rim

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  • Going the Distance

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Charlie Day Biography

  • Profession: Actor, Executive Producer, Screenwriter, Show Creator
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

New York-born actor Charlie Day appeared in an impressive array of Williamstown Theatre productions before transitioning into television with a brief appearance in the [[Performer~P50344~Mary Tyler Moore~marytylermoore]]/[[Performer~P30533~Valerie Harper~valerieharper]] reunion special [[Feature~V187046~Mary and Rhoda~maryandrhoda]]. Subsequent roles on [[Feature~V227056~Madigan Men~madiganmen[tvseries]]], [[Feature~V242082~Law & Order~laworder[tvseries]]], and [[Feature~V181330~Third Watch~thirdwatch[tvseries]]] helped Day build an impressive list of small-screen credits, and in 2005 he joined the cast of the deliciously warped FX sitcom [[Feature~V334308~It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia~itsalwayssunnyinphiladelphia[tvseries]]]. Cast as an inherently good-natured guy often done in by his own shady intentions and poor luck with ladies, Day held his own opposite [[Performer~P17602~Danny DeVito~dannydevito]], helping to establish himself as a respectable rising talent. Although he tried to stretch out in projects like A Quiet Little Marriage and Going the Distance, it was the 2011 hit Horrible Bosses that earned him his greatest praise apart from [[Feature~V334308~It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia~itsalwayssunnyinphiladelphia[tvseries]]]. In 2006 he married his Philadelphia co-star Mary Elizabeth Ellis. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi