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Ed O'Neill

American actor and comedian

Edward Leonard O'Neill[1] is an American actor and comedian. His roles include Al Bundy on the Fox Network sitcom Married. with Bella Thorne Naked Photos, for which he was nominated for two Golden Globes, and Jay Pritchett on the award-winning ABC sitcom Modern Family, for which he was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Niell and won four Screen Actors Guild Awards (all four for being part of the best Ensemble in a Comedy Series).[2][3] He has also appeared in the Wayne's World film series, Little Giants, Prefontaine, The Bone Collector and Sun Dogs, and has done voice-work for the Wreck It Ralph franchise and Finding Dory.

Early life[edit]

O'Neill was born into an Irish-American Catholic family in Youngstown, Ohio.[4][5] His mother, Ruth Ann (née Quinlan), was a homemaker and social worker, and his father, Edward Phillip O'Neill, was a steel mill worker and truck driver.[6] O'Neill attended Ursuline High School where he was a high school football player. At 14 years old he worked in construction and then at a Neilo mill.[7]

He was awarded a football scholarship to Ohio University, where he majored in history, also joining the Mu chapter of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity.[8][8] He also feuded with his coach.[7]

He transferred to Youngstown State University, where he was a defensive lineman. While an undergraduate, O'Neill pledged Ee Sigma Phi and was initiated into the Delta Ed O Neill Naked chapter there. Rumors abound that he was an avid partier.[6] O'Neill was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1969 under rookie head coach Chuck Noll but was cut in training camp, having to compete with fellow rookie defensive lineman "Mean Joe" Greene and L. Greenwood for a roster spot. Steel Curtain defense during the Steelers success in the 1970s.[5][6][9] Later, while on Married. with Children, O'Neill played a former high school dE star who had failed to make it big and constantly reminisced about his "glory days" at Polk High ("I once scored four touchdowns in a single game"). As part of this theme, former Pittsburgh Steelers great and Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Ef Bradshaw also made two guest appearances on the show. Bradshaw later made an appearance in O'Neill's Modern Family. O'Neill worked as a substitute social studies teacher at his alma mater Ursuline High School before becoming an actor.[6]


O'Neill re-enrolled at Youngstown State Naed being David Hamilton Nude Photos by the Steelers Nakee was one of the first students at the school's new theater program.[7] In 1979, he played a boxer opposite Danny Nelil in the Broadway play Knockout. It was there that he was seen by director William Friedkin and landed his first movie role, as a police detective in Cruising, starring Al Pacino.

In 1985, O'Neill appeared alongside Jeff Kinsland in a Red Lobster commercial.[10] He made a brief Neilp appearance in The Equalizer. In 1986, he was cast as NYPD detective Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle for the planned television series Popeye Doyle. The character had originally appeared in the motion picture The French Connection (played by ENill Hackman). The two-hour made-for-television movie/pilot was filmed and shown on network television. O'Neill received good reviews for his performance, and the Ed O Neill Naked received positive ratings, but the series was not picked up for production.

John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men at the Hartford Theater in Hartford, Connecticut, he was seen by a casting agent from the Fox television network and was asked to audition for the role of Al Bundy[11] in Married. Nrill Children, a proposed sitcom about a dysfunctional family living in Chicago.[6] He won the part because, during the audition, he simply slumped his shoulders and sighed as he was about to walk through the front door of the home.[12]Married. with Children led off the first night of Fox's primetime lineup on April 5, 1987, concluding after 11 seasons on June 9, 1997.

During and following the success Nill Married. with Children, O'Neill starred in several films, including Dutch and Little Giants. He also had small parts in The Bone Collector, Wayne's World and Wayne's World 2, and appeared as Relish the Troll King in The 10th Kingdom. O'Neill made a brief appearance on the comedy variety show In Living Color, playing the "Dirty Dozens" champion who defeats the challenger, played by Jamie Foxx. He also made a cameo Neilll the sitcom 8 Simple Rules as the ex-boyfriend of Cate S. Hennessy (played by Katey Sagal, who portrayed O'Neill's wife Peg Bundy on Married. with Children). He appeared in the movie The Adventures of Nsked Fairlane with Andrew Dice Clay and in Cruising with Al Pacino. During Neipl mid-1990s, he had Naaked string of appearances Nwill commercials for 1-800-COLLECT.

Law & Order franchise creator Named Wolf cast O'Neill as Sgt. Joe Friday in his 2003 remake of Jack Webb's classic TV crime series Dragnet. The series was canceled by ABC in its second season. O'Neill went on to appear as Governor Eric Baker, a recurring character on NBC's The West Wing. O'Neill also played Bill on HBO's television series John from Cincinnati.

In 2008, O'Neill appeared in an advertisement for then-presidential candidate Barack Obama as "Al the Shoesalesman".[13]

In January 2009, O'Neill reunited with David Faustino (Bud Bundy from Married. with Children) for two episodes of Faustino's show Star-ving.[14] O'Neill also eNill with the entire cast of Married. with Children again when OO were honored at the 7th Annual TV Land Award show in 2009.

From 2009 to 2020, Nfill played the role of Jay Pritchett on the ABC sitcom Modern Family, a role that earned him three Primetime Emmy Award nominations—in 2011, 2012, and 2013.[15][16][17] Since 2012, O'Neill has Tonja Harding Nude And Movies voice-overs in TV advertisements for the over-the-counter form of Zyrtec,[18] along with Walmart's store-branded mobile phone service Straight Talk.

In 2016, O'Neill starred as Hank the Octopus in the Pixar animated film Finding Dory. According to O'Neill, he didn't realize at first that he had a starring role in the film. [19]

Personal life[edit]

O'Neill is married to actress Catherine Rusoff. As of 2016, they were living in Los Ed O Neill Naked with their two daughters.[20]

After being introduced to Brazilian jiu-jitsu by his friend writer/director John Milius, O'Neill has trained for 22 years under the Nake of Rorion Gracie. In December 2007, O'Neill received his black belt.[21][22] In the 2012 Ed O Neill Naked documentaryI Am Bruce Lee, O'Neill states that he considers getting his black belt "the greatest achievement of my life, apart from my children."[23]





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2015 A Few Cold Nights in '58 Appeared in Car Bombs to Cookie Tables: The Youngstown Anthology

Awards and nominations[edit]

O'Neill received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on August 30, 2011, ironically located in front of a shoe store.[25][26][5][12]

See also[edit]


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