Ed O'Neill

Birth Name: 
Edward Leonard O'Neill
Best Known For: 

Al Bundy on Married...With Children
Jay Pritchett on Modern Family

Short bio: 

Ed O'Neill (born April 12, 1946) is an actor best known for his role as the main character, Al Bundy, on the Fox Network sitcom Married... with Children, for which he was nominated for two Golden Globes. Since 2009, O'Neill has played patriarch Jay Pritchett on the award-winning ABC sitcom Modern Family, a role for which he has been nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards and won three Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Contact:Mailing: 

Ed O'Neill
Brillstein-Grey Entertainment
9150 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 350
Beverly Hills, CA 90212

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Submitted by JP (not verified) on

absolutely LLLLOOOOVVVVEEEEDDDD Joe's hand down his pants
Al Bundy style!!!! Rolling in the floor!!!!! KUTGW!!!!

Submitted by Erin Pickel (not verified) on

Thank you for being apart of the film Finding Dory. Your charter, well I think because of you, you made this movie amazing. I love it and I really appreciate you doing this film that brings so much happiness and love.
I am probably never going to hear back but that's not the point. I just wanted to say thank you for every movie and tv acting.
Your an amazing actor and so damn funny. Please never forget that.

A huge fan
Erin Pickel

Submitted by Raymond Johnson (not verified) on

big fan from pa (Pittsburgh)-(penn township) great job not just married with children.but all your work. Much love .happy birthday!!! Fan forever ray

Submitted by Lauren Morgan (not verified) on

Mr O’Neill;
I doubt this will find you, but if it does, here goes. Growing up, my dad and I watched Married with Children together (religiously). My dad said you were his idol! Lol! You are beyond talented and amazing. He passed 6 years ago. Since, I’ve tried to find ways to express my gratitude, and for reminding me of the precious times I’d laugh with my dad. If you ever have a meet and greet I’d be thrilled to go. It’s on my bucket list!❤️Much much love to you,
Lauren

Submitted by Michael Paul Wi... (not verified) on

You have acted a lot, still do, always will I bet.
Folks at your work know that you act, they've seen you act, in fact, it's their job to record you while acting, so yeah, all concepts must include you acting.

Problem, I never have seen you act, and I'm twice through your inbox and twice thrive MWC. Your Dana White barfly, your armchair title defense in mouth off with a Foxx. For sure know bout your Gracie bjj....

So wherever you are, you're always you, when you act, you remain you, you just wear the color of the character, you don't have to go out of your character. I don't think Clint did that, I saw him act a few brief times. McQueen, James Can, maybe a Redford or so. You all have huge and great libraries of works but y'all missing one thing all the way through.

Ain't nobody, no matter how much they watch, nobody has ever seen you act. Priceless.

Many thanks, peace and good will to you and yours,
Michael Williams

Submitted by Willie warren (not verified) on

As a family man I learned to not think about outside influences FAMILY MAN God bless you and I hope you retire and enjoy life

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