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CHARLIE DAY (Dale Arbus) is an actor, writer and producer whose comedic talent has garnered him a worldwide following among critics and fans alike. In addition to his current starring role on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” Day also serves as a writer and executive producer on the FX series, which he created in collaboration with friends Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton. "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia” is heading into its seventh season.

Most recently, Day starred in the Nanette Burstein comedy "Going the Distance,” alongside Drew Barrymore, Justin Long, Jason Sudeikis and Christina Applegate. Born in the Bronx, New York, Day began his acting career on stage. He played 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 had a recurring role on NBC's "Third Watch,” and also a lead role in the FOX comedy "Luis.” His other television credits include a recurring role in ABC's "Madigan Men,” directed by James Burrows; Comedy Central's "Reno 911!”; NBC's "Law & Order”; and ABC's "Mary and Rhoda,” starring Mary Tyler Moore.


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