Delivery Man

Last Updated on: October 18th, 2023

Delivery Man movie

“Delivery Man” is a heartwarming comedy-drama film released in 2013, directed by Ken Scott. The movie stars Vince Vaughn as David Wozniak, a middle-aged man who discovers that he has fathered 533 children through anonymous sperm donations he made years ago. The story takes a unique twist when a group of these children, now adults, file a lawsuit to reveal the identity of their biological father.

David Wozniak is a well-meaning but underachieving meat delivery driver struggling to find purpose and direction in life. One day, he learns that due to a mix-up at the fertility clinic where he donated sperm, he has fathered a staggering number of children. His lawyer friend, Brett (played by Chris Pratt), helps him maintain his anonymity in the lawsuit, using the alias “Starbuck.”

As David becomes more curious about the lives of his biological children, he secretly starts to investigate and help them in various ways, trying to make a positive impact in their lives without revealing his true identity. This journey leads him to be known as the “guardian angel” by the kids he helps.

Throughout the film, David grapples with the responsibilities of fatherhood and begins to question his own ability to be a good parent. The story delves into themes of family, identity, and the true meaning of fatherhood, making it an emotionally resonant and touching tale.

“Delivery Man” strikes a balance between humor and heartfelt moments, showcasing Vince Vaughn’s comedic talents while also delivering a touching portrayal of a man on a journey of self-discovery and redemption. The film reminds viewers of the importance of family and the impact one person can have on the lives of others, even without direct involvement.

Overall, “Delivery Man” is a heartwarming and feel-good film that explores the complexities of parenthood and the power of human connections. It highlights the idea that family is not just about blood ties but about the love, care, and support we show to those we consider family, making it a touching and uplifting movie for audiences of all ages.

Additional Details


  • Vince Vaughn: David Wozniak
  • Chris Pratt: Brett
  • Cobie Smulders: Emma
  • Andrzej Blumenfeld: Mikolaj Wozniak
  • Simon Delaney: Victor
  • Bobby Moynihan: Aleksy
  • Dave Patten: Adam
  • Adam Chanler-Berat: Viggo
  • Britt Robertson: Kristen
  • Jack Reynor: Josh
  • Madison McGrew: Rachel
  • Matthew Daddario: Channing
  • Jessica Williams: Tanya
  • Damian Young: Williams
  • Richard Poe: Loan Officer
  • Bruce Altman: Mass Action Attorney
  • Alexander Flores: Teenage Clerk
  • Glenn Fleshler: Coffee Shop Owner
  • Jay Leno: Himself
  • Bill Maher: Himself
  • Stephen Ellis: 18th Century Professor


  • Director: Ken Scott
  • Producers: Andre Rouleau
  • Screenplay: Ken Scott

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