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Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Charlie Day has a ‘Rainman-like’ golf talent

More and more celebrities appear to be professing their love of golf in recent times, as the game’s popularity continues to grow all the time. Earlier this year, one of the stars of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Charlie Day, told Rich Eisen that he currently plays off a handicap of 5, up from a peak of 1 after humorously revealing that he thought he’d “figured the game out” at that point.
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Charlie Day Relives His Phish Clifford Ball Experience On ‘Always Sunny Podcast’ [Video]

It’s Always Sunny In Plattsburgh. On the most recent episode of The Always Sunny Podcast, actor Charlie Day, known onscreen as the illiterate, paint-sniffing janitor Charlie Kelly, recounted his experience at the Phish festival Clifford Ball. The two-day Phish festival—the band’s first of ten (so far)—took place August 16th and 17th, 1996 in Plattsburgh, NY.
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How Jenny Slate And Charlie Day Tapped Into Their Own Heartbreak Experiences For The Rom-Com I Want You Back

I Want You Back, the new romantic comedy starring Charlie Day and Jenny Slate, hits every beat that you would expect from a modern romantic comedy. The little twist that sets it apart, however, is that our two protagonists start off in the midst of devastating heartbreak, and eventually agree to help one another win back their respective exes. You can imagine that such devastation would be difficult to tap into, but for Charlie Day, those feelings were still so prevalent that getting into character had never been easier.
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Charlie Day wants to star in a Luigi's Mansion movie

Charlie Day has revealed his desire to star in a movie adaptation of Luigi's Mansion. In a recent interview, Comicbook asked Day about his recent casting in Universal's untitled Super Mario movie and wondered if he'd be interested in a movie of his own. "Yeah, my son was just playing...
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Charlie Day confirms he was electrocuted in Pacific Rim

It looks like Charlie Day was accustomed to ‘Charlie Work’ long before his stint at Paddy’s Pub. The comedy movie actor revealed in a new interview that while filming for Pacific Rim, the classic action movie directed by Guillermo del Toro, he was actually electrocuted. Speaking to...
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Mtn Dew Skewers Ad Norms In Campaign Fronted By Actor Charlie Day

Mtn Dew’s new campaign featuring actor Charlie Day skewers “traditional advertising” tactics with assistance from NBA All-Star Zack LaVine and Mtn Dew’s Puppy Monkey Baby character. Two campaign commercials will debut on Sunday during the NBA All-Star game, during which the PepsiCo brand is the sponsor...
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MTN DEW Teams Up with Actor Charlie Day to Take On Stale Ad Campaigns

PURCHASE, N.Y. — MTN DEW joins forces with actor and all-around funny man, Charlie Day, in an epic partnership taking aim at traditional advertising. MTN DEW, the original instigator brand, prides itself on taking a humorous approach in ads and life. And who better to “Do the DEW,” alongside the brand than the equally witty and hilarious, Charlie Day?
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Charlie Day Offers An Update On His Directorial Debut, Formerly Titled El Tonto [Exclusive]

"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" star Charlie Day is making his directorial debut. The film, which he also wrote and stars in, was originally called "El Tonto," but has since been changed. To what, we don't know yet, but our own Danielle Ryan spoke to Day about a whole lot of things in her recent interview with him here on /Film. In addition to talking about "It's Always Sunny" and his new gig with Mountain Dew, they spoke about his movie and the changes he made to it with the help of a very important friend.
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Charlie Day on ‘I Want You Back’ and Guillermo Del Toro’s Generosity

Charlie Day has wanted the chance to play an affable leading man in a romantic comedy for quite some time, and he finally made it happen in Jason Orley’s I Want You Back by re-teaming with a familiar collaborator. In 2011, six years after Day’s beloved TV series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia put him on the map, he had his breakout film role in Seth Gordon’s Horrible Bosses, which was co-produced by John Rickard. Rickard and Day quickly hit it off, and the duo would eventually collaborate on four other films, including the Amazon Studios rom-com I Want You...
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