Irish actress Sonya Macari lands role in best American comedy It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia



Irish actress Sonya Macari won a role in the hit American series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. The 41-year-old actress has announced that she will be appearing in the new season of the comedy.

onya confirms she has a guest role in an upcoming episode, but told Sunday World she couldn’t comment further because the show was not aired.

The series follows the exploits of ‘The Gang’, a group of narcissistic friends who run Irish bar Paddy’s Pub in South Philadelphia.

Among its main stars is the legendary Danny DeVito, who plays Frank Reynolds.

‘The Gang’ is a group of five misfit friends: twins Dennis (Glenn Howerton) and Deandra ‘(Sweet) Dee’ Reynolds (Kaitlin Olson), their friends Charlie Kelly (Charlie Day) and Ronald ‘Mac’ McDonald (Rob McElhenney ).

The show is critically acclaimed, with the BBC recently calling it the best current American sitcom.

Sonya was born in Ireland of Italian descent and her acting debut was in the RTÉ series The Clinic, which was followed by a recurring role in The Tudors.

She has also appeared in the Oscar nominated silent film The Artist, the title role of Mary Magdalene for Hallmark Channel and an Italian spy Antonia for the hit show Chuck on NBC.

His dancing also led him to work on the set of Glee and music videos for Michael Bublé and Ozzy Osbourne.

Sonya lives in Los Angeles with her musician husband, Colin Devlin of The Devlins. The couple have two young children, Evie and Leo. She is the sister of the former model turned businesswoman Virginia Macari.

Sonya says she first fell in love with acting when she saw The Wizard of Oz as a child.

“I moved to New York when I was 19, NYC was a huge wake-up call for me,” she recalls. “I knew I loved acting but I had developed a serious love and respect for the art and the acting profession, I started studying at HB studios, a very beautiful environment.”

She adds, “I’ve been so close to roles that would have … been game-changing, they would have changed my whole career path, but you’re moving on. You learn to deal with disappointment, it seems that I have become very good at it. “

She took a break from starting a family.

“Getting back in the saddle after starting a family is also very difficult, work and family are very rewarding for me, so I hope a lot of wonderful things to come, I have my amazing husband to thank, he is the definition even of unconditional love and support, whatever challenges we face, we face them together, ”she notes.

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