Charlie Day Goes Undercover on Twitter, Wikipedia & Quora | GQ

On this episode of “Actually Me,” Charlie Day goes undercover on Twitter, Quora, Yahoo Answers, and Wikipedia. Does anyone else think Charlie would make a good Joker? Does Charlie have snake bites? Is he Jewish? Is Charlie really married to The Waitress on It’s Always Sunny? Hotel Artemis is in theaters Friday, June 8th.

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