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A great and/or popular television show can propel any of its respective cast members’ careers in the entertainment industry. One only has to look at Friends and what the success of that TV series did for the career of Jennifer Aniston.
The career of Charlie Day has absolutely benefited from his starring role in the comedy television series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. In an interview with Collider, he spoke about the show as well as its thirteenth season.
One of the things that Charlie Day spoke about was the job security that It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has provided him for many years and at such a young age:
“Yeah, a wonderful and rare thing in this town is job security, and to have had that for what will be 14 years is amazing. It’s through the better chunk of my young adult life, I suppose, or however you would categorize your late 20s to early 40s. Then, to get to make whatever we want, that’s the other refreshing thing.”
“We go around town, either working with someone else where you don’t have control, or begging someone to give you the control to make something. It’s wonderful to have this blank check of creativity that FX gives us when they say, ‘Go make a season of television,’ and I’ve had that for years.”
Charlie Day also gave some insight into what we can expect from Season 13 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:
“They can expect to keep doing what we’ve been doing, which is writing for these characters, enjoying their despicable behavior, and watching them dig themselves into holes that they can’t get out of. It’s just another great, funny season. We’re starting the season with a really strong episode. I’m really happy with the first one.”
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