Charles Quinton Murphy (born July 12, 1959 in New York City) is the older brother of comedian, Eddie Murphy. He is best known as a writer/actor for the American television show, Chappelle's Show.
Without a doubt, Murphy's most famous contribution to the show is his narrating, acting in, and (presumably) writing of the "Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories" sketches (spoofing the eponymous E! Entertainment Television show). In these, Murphy recounts his misadventures as part of his brother's entourage, including his encounters with various celebrities -- most importantly the late Rick James and Prince.
He also played club owner Gusto in the film CB4, appeared in the 1999 movie The Player's Club, and lent his voice to a character in the video game, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas as a Pimp named Jizzy-B.
In an August 2005 interview with TV Guide, Murphy said that Chappelle's Show was finished.
Recently, Murphy contributed his voice to the Iraq War veteran grandson in "The Garden Party" episode of The Boondocks
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