Charlie Day is a very well known American actor, writer and producer of a FX television series named, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Charlie Day was born on February 9, 1976, in New York City, US. But his childhood was mostly spent in Middletown, located in Newport Count, Rhode Island.
Charlie Day attended Portsmouth Abbey School in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. After this Charlie Day attended in Merrimack College in Massachusetts to continue his higher studies.
Charlie Day married his co-star in TV series, its Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Mary Elizabeth Ellis.
Mary Elizabeth Ellis did the role of ‘The Waitress’ in the series and similar to real life, Day was very attracted towards Ellis in the reel life too. In the series, it was shown that Day’s character is very possessively and hopelessly attracted towards the Ellis’ character The Waitress, who is falling for Davis Reynold’s character, the vain.
The story of the series revolves around life of four friends, performed by McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton and Kaitlin Olson. According to the story, these four friends are altogether involved in running an Irish Bar, Paddys Pub, located in Philadelphia.
Charlie Day also acted in Third Watch in the role of Michael Boscorelli for five episodes only. Other than this, Charlie Day featured in some television shows and movies.
Charlie Day did several episodes (five) of Third Watch as a character named Michael Boscorelli. Charlie Day has also appeared in several films and television shows.
Charlie Day also did some theatrical roles under Williamstown Theatre production before making his first appearance on television.
Initially, Charlie Day did some short role in the reunion special of Mary Tyler Moore and Valerie Harper, Mary and Rhoda.
Further Charlie Day did some very well performed role in Madigan Men, Law & Order, and Third Watch.
Although, Charlie Day got huge success and recognition for the role done in the FX sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. In it, Charlie Day did the role of a very good guy, who have some secret intentions and dreams and poor relations with ladies.
Charlie Day worked as episode writers in some TV shows. They are: