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Arnold Worldwide executive creative director Sean Mc Bride said Phil was written as a Realtor on his show and "embodies many of the attributes that are important in a Realtor: He's honest, he's helpful, he's sincere."Mr. Pritchett (paternal grandmother; deceased) Lucas Williams (maternal grandfather; deceased) Mrs.Williams (maternal grandmother; deceased) Donnie Pritchett (paternal uncle) Irene Pritchett (paternal aunt by marriage) Becky Pritchett (paternal aunt) Be Be Williams (maternal aunt) Ce Ce Williams (maternal aunt) Frank Dunphy (father-in-law) Grace Dunphy (mother-in-law; deceased) Cameron Tucker (brother-in-law) Lily Tucker-Pritchett (adoptive niece) Michael Pritchett (first cousin) Melanie Pritchett (first cousin, once removed) Claire Melinda Dunphy (Julie Bowen), née Pritchett, is the wife of Phil Dunphy, the daughter of Jay, Mitchell's older sister, Gloria's step-daughter, Manny's step-sister, Joe's half-sister and the helicopter soccer mom of the Dunphy family and its three very different kids.She often despises the attention that Gloria gets for her voluptuous figure, and was thrilled to learn that Gloria was pregnant because of all the weight that Gloria would be gaining.Julie Bowen's performance was praised by Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly who said, "Bowen's Claire could have been a blank blonde cipher.She also gets annoyed with her husband, Phil, constantly.Claire is very competitive especially in her obsession of being right, much like her husband, and has a brittle personality that causes her to get angry, paranoid, and freak out easily. She is seen as an experienced parent by Cameron and Mitchell, so she is called upon for her parenting advice. She is also very attached to Halloween and describes it as her "crazy lady holiday".In moments of acute adversity or shock in which most people would curse or swear, Phil utters humorous exclamations: references to food such as, "Sweet Potato Fries! A running gag in the show has Phil is running up the stairs (often when carrying an object) and tripping on a loose step, which causes him to quickly and hastily say: "Gotta fix that step!
She shows resentment towards the abandonment of her working career due to seeing the success of one of her former peers, but later realizes her family is more important.
She was once a wild child who made a lot of mistakes over the years, and she is fearful that her children could make the same mistakes, especially her oldest daughter, Haley.
She is often exhausted from stress created by her family but is still a loving mother.
Hank Stuever from the Washington Post wrote, "A standout performance from Ty Burrell's new twist on the doofus-dad stereotype." Robert Canning of IGN in a review of the season loved Ty Burrell's performance of Phil Dunphy and named him one of two characters that stood out to him saying "actor Ty Burrell owned this part, and his well-intended faux pas throughout the season were stellar." In 2010, Ty Burrell received a nomination for the Television Critics Association Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy, winning in 2011.
In 20, Burrell won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, also receiving nominations in 2010, 2012, and 2013.