Dave Foley Signs With APA (Exclusive)

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The comedian-actor recurs on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and will star in and produce the upcoming CTV comedy "Spun Out."

Dave Foley has signed with APA in all areas, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The veteran comedian-actor is a founding member of the Canadian sketch comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall, which attracted the attention of Lorne Michaels, who produced the group's eponymous TV series that ran for five seasons on HBO, CBS and Comedy Central in the U.S. and generated three Emmy nominations. The Kids in the Hall later starred in a feature film (1996's Brain Candy), a miniseries (2010's Death Comes to Town) and a documentary (2001's Same Guys, New Dresses), which Foley directed.

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Foley next starred in the critically acclaimed comedy NewsRadio, which ran for five seasons on NBC. His long television résumé includes current recurring roles as Principal MacIntyre on FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Bob in TV Land's Hot in Cleveland and the upcoming CTV comedy Spun Out, which he is starring in and producing.

On the big screen, Foley's voice and live-action credits include The Wrong Guy (which he also wrote and executive produced), A Bug's Life, South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut, Dick, Sky High and this summer's Monsters University.

Foley also is repped by attorney David Himelfarb.