Mrs. Brown's Boys star Rory Cowan responds to rumours that he's dead

 The much loved Fair City actor laughed off online reports and speculation that he passed away and cleared things up in case he ran into a fan of his around Dublin





Mrs. Brown's Boys legend Rory Cowan has laughed off rumours that he is dead.

The actor, who famously played Rory Brown on the hit RTÉ and BBC sitcom, responded to the hilarious claims, which were first posted in a Mrs. Brown's Boys fan page on Facebook.

He wanted to clear things up in case he bumped into show fans in Dublin.

Rory said: "I'm probably dead to a lot of people and there's a few more people that wish I was actually dead but I'm very much alive in case they bump into me in town over New Year".

The speculation began online when a Mrs. Brown's Boys fan asked what Rory was up to these days, five years after he quit the comedy.

Rory told the Irish Sun: "Apparently, there's a Mrs Brown fan site on Facebook.

"One person new to the show asked, 'What happened to the original Rory?' and a few people replied that I was dead.

"They thought that I was dead. It's amazing how rumours start and people believe them! But I'm not dead Rory is alive."

Rory, who now plays Bosco on RTÉ soap opera Fair City, is able to joke about the claims, but he wanted to set the record straight.

He said: "I think it's hilarious people think I'm dead but I understand how these sort of rumours get started and it's probably better to clear it up now.

"I thought I'd better get the word out I'm alive, in case people get a shock bumping into me, thinking it's the dead walking.


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