Charlie Day’s comedic talent in both film and television has garnered him a loyal following among critics and fans all over the world.
Returning for his twelfth season, Day currently stars as the hapless “Charlie Kelly” on the FXX hit original series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He also serves as Executive Producer and Writer of the show, which he created in collaboration with friends Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton. Currently, Day and his producing partners, McElhenney and Howerton at RCG Productions, have multiple pilot orders.
Before Sunny, Day had a recurring role on NBC’s Third Watch and FOX’s comedy Luis. He has also starred in feature films Going the Distance, Horrible Bosses, Monsters University, Pacific Rim, and The Lego Movie. Also, Day has recently been seen reprising his role as “Dale Arbus” in Horrible Bosses 2 and in John Krasinski’s The Hollars. He stars alongside Ice Cube in his newest film, Fist Fight, due to be released in February.
Beginning his acting career onstage, Day performed for four years at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and went on to play the lead role in Dead End at the Huntington Theatre in Boston. Day was born in the Bronx, New York and grew up in Rhode Island. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Mary Elizabeth, and their son.