Cast member Charlie Day of the film " Horrible Bosses 2" pose for a portrait during a photo call in Beverly Hills, California November 10, 2014. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian
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From playing the screeching, illiterate, cat food-eating Charlie Kelly on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" to the hapless, tortured, dim-witted Dale on "Horrible Bosses", Charlie Day has found his niche with oddball characters.As Day reprises his role as Dale in raunchy workplace revenge comedy "Horrible Bosses 2", he spoke to Reuters about his challenges and life post-"Sunny".Q: How do you avoid being a horrible boss on "Sunny"?Post-"Sunny", it was hard to get on the radar for studios making movies, it was hard to crack into the movies because I don't think there was an awareness of how popular "Sunny" is amongst some of the industry.
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