Charlie Murphy was in the movie "CB4"
Charlie played Herb Clarck in the movie "King's Ransom."
Charlie lent his voice in the videogame
"Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure."
Charlie was in the movie "Roll Bounce."
Charlie was in the 1999 movie "Unconditional Love."
Charlie was in the 1998 movie "The Players Club."
Charlie was in the movie "The Pompatus of Love."
Charlie co-wrote the 1995 film "Vampire in Brooklyn."
Charlie was in the movie "CB4."
Charlie appeared in the 1991 movie, "Jungle Fever."
Charlie was in the 1990 film, "Mo' Better Blues."
Charlie was in the movie "Harlem Nights."
Charlie plays "Andre" in the upcoming movie, "Retirement."
Charlie is featured in the new movie, "Bar Starz."
Charlie is playing "Hank" in the new movie, "Unearthed."
Charlie is playing Angel Robbins in the 2007 movie, "Twist the Cap."
Charlie is appearing in the new movie, "Dress 2 Impre$$."
Charlie's father, Charles Q. Murphy was a policeman/amateur comedian.
Charlie's mother, Lillian Murphy Lynch, was a telephone operator.
Charlie is hosting "Chappelle's Show: The Lost Episodes" with Donnell Rawlings.
Charlie has appeared on Budweiser radio commercials.
Charlie served in the United States Navy.
He is the current voice of Boost Mobile commercials. (2006)
[after Charlie being beaten by Prince in a basketball game] "Challenge him, i-ight. Make sure your crew is there to witness it, cuz you just might get embarrassed."
"He took us back inside and made us pancakes."
"That cat(prince) could ball, man."
"But that showed me never judge a book by it's cover. Prince could really ball!"
[after Rick James has slapped Charlie for no particular reason]
I'm standing there I'm thinking, "This nigga really has lost his fucking mind." First of all, you don't slap a man. Ok. I mean, even when slapping was fashionable, ya know, they did it in Paris, some guy would come up, "I challenge you to a duel." They would have a gunfight after that, somebody had to go!
"Things like escalated to the point where, you know, my man got too familiar and I ended up having to whip his ass man, you know, cause you know, he would step across the line. Habitually. He's a habitual line stepper."
"The first thing I seen is O.J. Simpson, and I remember thinking to myself 'wow, that's O.J. Simpson, he has a big f*cking head, man"
"My brother, he's a lot more compassionate than I am, you know. We were looking at Rick getting in the limo, and as it drove off, Eddie says, "Man... Rick really needs help". I was like, "Hey man, we just gave him some help. We busted his motha fuckin' legs. I bet he won't come back and disrespect again." WRONG, WRONG... We're talkin' bout Rick James, man."
"Eddie and everybody else thought that that was the funniest sh!t. And that threw me in a weird space cause I'm like, "Yo, this is Rick James and he's a star. Maybe I'm overreacting." I actually went there like, "Maybe I shouldn't do nothing." But my ghetto side was going, "Yo, stomp this motherf*cker out right here. What the f*ck is wrong with him?"
"Yo, man, my forehead is bumpin', man."
"You know you was wrong for what you did to me earlier. Look what you did to my face!"