The following article includes mentions of drug and alcohol use. Pretty much everyone can agree on Danny DeVito. There's just something about the highly-recognizable actor that makes him extremely likable, even if he's playing a less-than-savory individual on screen. And that's usually who DeVito portrays, such as The Penguin in "Batman Returns," or a would-be murderer in "Throw Momma from the Train." He's particularly made an impression on television, playing the utterly nasty but secretly vulnerable dispatcher Louis DePalma on "Taxi," or Frank Reynolds — probably the most selfish and detestable character in TV history — on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." Then again, DeVito is also a familiar and comforting enough presence that he's been a common figure in kids' movies, including "Matilda," "The Lorax," and the "Jumanji" series.