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He could be a comic and American celebrity. He could be known for the part he played as Phil Dunphy in the Modern Family of ABC situation comedy. For the part, he got the Primetime Emmy Award since he was an Outstanding Supporting Performer in these comedy show. Ty Burrell was born in the area called Grants Pass which is found in Oregon. He could be a son to Sheri Rose who was a teacher jointly with Gary Gerald Burrell who was a family therapist. He’s German and English ancestors and when he was in the show of Finding Your Roots, he found out that he could be great grandmother were African American slave. He was a commencement speaker of his school. When he was still in the school and he was working like a bartender of Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He went to Penn State University where he continued the instruction and got a MFA and he was a part of Theater 100 Business jointly with Keegan-Michael Key. In the year 1999, he was working as the festival performer of Utah Shakespeare festival. When he was graduate school, he decides to live in the van to ensure he may have the ability to save the cash. Ty Burrell is married and his wife is Holly Burrell. They lived in New York City but they moved to Salt Lake City later. They may be still the owners of two-bedroom flat in Astoria, in Queenss area and they may be renting it out. They would not have kids of their own but they’ve adopted two children. He says that he adores Utah since he went there first to trek and it’s the area where he met his wife and the wife was created in the area. Jointly with his brother, in addition they purchased the pub in the Salt Lake City. Ty Burrell has played in different films and tv shows, like being well meaning plastic surgeon at the CBS situation comedy called Out of Practice. He was Allan Arbus in Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus movie. In the Incredible Hulk, he was Leonard Samson. His net worth is 16 million dollars now.