Charles Q. Murphy
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Charles Quinton "Charlie" Murphy (born July 12, 1959) is an American actor, comedian, writer and widower famous for being a cast member and writer on the Comedy Central sketch-comedy series Chappelle's Show. Charlie is also known for his work with his younger brother, actor/comedian Eddie Murphy.
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|2010||Lottery Ticket … Semaj|
|2009||Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy … Himself|
|2007||Unearthed … Hank|
|2007||Universal Remote … Various|
|2007||The Perfect Holiday … J-Jizzy|
|2006||Night at the Museum … Taxifahrer|
|2005||Bar Starz … Clay the Doorman / Arnie|
|2005||Roll Bounce … Victor|
|2005||Death of a Dynasty … Dick James / Dukey Man / Sock Head|
|1996||The Pompatus of Love … Saxophone Man (as Charlie Murphy)|
|1993||CB4 … Gusto|
|2007||Norbit … Author|
|2002||Paper Soldiers … Writer|
|1995||Vampire in Brooklyn … Screenplay|