Mrs Brown's Boys star Danny O'Carroll couldn't be prouder as son Jamie plays for Ulster Rugby - Mrs Brown's Boys

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Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Mrs Brown's Boys star Danny O'Carroll couldn't be prouder as son Jamie plays for Ulster Rugby

 Danny, who is famed for his role as Buster Brady on Mrs Brown's Boys, took to Instagram to pose with his eldest son Jamie who plays for Ulster Rugby's youth side


Danny O'Carroll and eldest son Jamie (Image: Instagram/Danny O'Carroll)




Danny O'Carroll has shared his pride as his eldest son Jamie continues to make waves for Ulster Rugby.

The Mrs Brown's Boys star took to social media this week to pose with Jamie, 15, at one of his matches.

Fans of the hit RTE and BBC sitcom may recognise Jamie from playing the role of Bono alongside his dad Danny, who plays Buster Brady, and mum Amanda, who plays Betty Brown.

However it's clear that Jamie's talents extend beyond acting as he currently plays for Ulster Rugby's youth side, as well as Letterkenny's U16 squad.

Danny and wife Amanda are also parents to son Blake, 10, who has also appeared on Mrs Brown's Boys.

Most recently Danny's sons, who are grandsons of show creator Brendan O'Carroll, appeared in the live Halloween special which marked Mrs Brown's Boys tenth anniversary.

Although he has given his sons a taste for life as an actor, Danny says there is no pressure for Jamie and Blake to follow in his footsteps.

Revealing that Jamie, who has appeared on the show since he was five years old, almost didn't go through with his role as Bono, he previously told RSVP Magazine: "I remember collecting him from the airport and he said that he didn't want to do it anymore, he was too nervous. I said that it was no problem and he didn't have to do anything.

"I brought him into rehearsals the following day, his grandad had a little chat with him and he agreed to do it.

"From there, he was hooked and everyone wanted him to stay in the cast. He was so good, I don't know where he gets it from [jokes]!"

"As long as they are happy and healthy, I will be happy. Whether they go down the road of acting or not, it doesn't bother me.

"There as one stage where Jamie wanted to be a marine biologist and I was a bit shocked. I don't know where he got that from."

The doting dad went on to say that if his sons decide to go to college, he will support them no matter what.

"Jamie is a very intelligent kid so I hope acting doesn't get in his way if he wants to go to college," he added.

"I will always be there for them no matter what they want to do."

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