Charlie Day Net Worth

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Charlie Day net worth:
$14 Million

Charlie Day net worth: Charlie Day in an American actor, television producer, screenwriter, and musician who has a net worth of $14 million. He was born Charles Peckham Day in New York, NY in February 1976. Day graduated from Merrimack College and was active at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Williamstown, MA. His first on screen appearance came in the TV movie Mary and Rhoda in 2000. He appeared in an episode of Law & Order in 2001, and had runs in TV shows Luis and Third Watch. In 2005 Charlie Day joined the cast of FX TV show It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. In addition to playing the role of Charlie Kelly, Day is also the executive producer and a writer for the show. In 2011 Day appeared in the film Horrible Bosses. He voiced the character Art in the Pixar film Monsters University in 2013. In November 2011, Charlie Day hosted Saturday Night Live. Danny Devito made a cameo during the monologue. In 2014, Day voiced the role of Benny in the popular film The Lego Movie. Charlie married actress Mary Elizabeth Ellis in March 2006. The two appeared together on the TV show Reno 911 and Ellis plays the waitress on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. They have a son, Russell Wallace Day, who was born in December 2011.

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Charlie Day

Charlie Day

Actor
Date of Birth
Feb 9, 1976
Profession
Actor, Screenwriter, Television producer, Musician
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 6 in (1.69 m)
Nicknames
Charles Day, Night Crawler Jack, Charles Peckham Day, Green Man, Charlie, Charles Peckham "Charlie" Day
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