Mrs. Brown's Boys Danny O'Carroll reunited with famous sister Fiona after months apart - Mrs Brown's Boys

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Sunday, August 8, 2021

Mrs. Brown's Boys Danny O'Carroll reunited with famous sister Fiona after months apart

 The well-known siblings, who are two of the favourites of the hilarious RTÉ comedy show, didn't get to see each other for months due to the pandemic restrictions in Ireland.


Danny O'Carroll with his sister Fiona and his wife Amanda



Mrs. Brown's Boys star Danny O'Carroll has reunited with famous sister Fiona this weekend.

The pair are enjoying the bank holiday sunshine in County Donegal after "months apart" due to the coronavirus pandemic restrictions in Ireland.

Danny plays the loveable character of Buster Brady on the RTÉ comedy show while Fiona is best known for the role of Maria Brown.

Danny lives in Donegal with his life Amanda Woods, also a star of Mrs. Brown's Boys, and his two sons; Blake and Jamie.

After the go to see each other again, Danny said: "First time seeing my sister in months."


Danny moved to Donegal almost 20 years ago after meeting his wife Amanda on a night out. And, unsurprisingly, it was a major change for him.

He told RSVP Magazine: "It was so weird when I first moved here. I couldn’t sleep because it was so quiet, it was almost eerily quiet.

"I lived in Temple Bar when I was in Dublin so I was used to going to bed to the sounds of sirens, fights, smashing bottles and people partying.

"And then it went to be absolute nothing, so it took a while to adjust.

"I don’t think I could ever move back to Dublin, I absolutely love it here. I have been here 19 years, Donegal is my home now. I am more of a Donegal man than a Dubliner at this stage."

Danny's dad is based in Florida so they haven't been able to see each other for most of the last 16 months due to strict travel rules stateside.

The actor told us last summer: "The officials haven’t seemed to be taking it seriously over there but, in fairness, dad is staying at home and he is not leaving the house too much. Everything stayed open and their lockdown was more optional than it was here.

"He could go to the shops or have a game of golf, he could do whatever he wanted."

Danny also told 2FM: "I got to see him for an hour the week before Christmas. I got a hug and then I had to drive back to Donegal and I haven't seen him since.

"I miss him, I just want to give him a hug but, listen, there are a lot people out there like that."

He continued: "I have a house out there but with the lockdown America have closed their borders unless you have a green card. I don't have a green card, my brother and Dad and Jenny have one so they get to stay in Florida. It is tough but we will get to each other soon."

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