Rob Delaney

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Catastrophe: Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney. Photograph: Mark Johnson/Channel 4

One of the best jokes in Catastrophe (Channel 4, Tuesday, 9pm), a comedy that, for many of us, has quickly become a manual in living, is a simple matt(...)

Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney in Catastrophe. Photograph: Mark Johnson/Channel 4

When we last clapped eyes on Rob (Rob Delaney) – recovering alcoholic and hirsute father of two – he had just smashed into another car while collectin(...)

Rob Delaney with his two-year-old son, Henry, who died last January. Photograph: Rob Delaney/Facebook

The actor Rob Delaney has been speaking about his family’s grief at their first Christmas without his two-year-old son, Henry, who died last January. (...)

Eileen Walsh, Kerry Condon, and  Nina Sosanya in ‘Women on the Verge’

In the conference room of an understandably troubled Dublin city newspaper, Laura runs through her forthcoming column ideas. Is anxiety the new depres(...)

 Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan in Catastrophe

The Crown and Black Mirror helped Netflix to a strong performance in the TV Bafta nominations, as the streaming giant’s Royal and sci-fi dramas shared(...)

Writer and actress Sharon Horgan: “London gets in your blood in a way that Ireland does.” Photograph:  Michael Rowe/Contour by Getty Images

Sharon Horgan gets to deliver an excellent recurring joke in the ripping new US comedy Game Night. Saddled with an idiot who seeks to exploit her char(...)

Writer and actor Sharon Horgan has signed a two-year deal with Amazon. Photograph: Michael Rowe/Getty Images

Irish screenwriter and actor Sharon Horgan, the woman behind Channel 4 comedy Catastrophe and HBO series Divorce, has signed a two-year exclusive deal(...)

Clockwise: Helen Dixon, Ruth Negga, Maeve Higgins, Marian Keyes, Sharon Horgan

Business & entrepreneurship Ciara Donlon Entrepreneur and CEO, Theya Healthcare It has been a rollercoaster three years for Ciara Donlon(...)

‘I want everyone to remember her and all the great things she was.’ Sharon Horgan with Carrie Fisher in  April 2016 in New York City. Photograph: Robin Marchant/Getty Images

It’s hard to write a love letter to someone who was allergic to bullshit. I keep reminding myself that she would have laughed in my face. That’s enou(...)

‘Do I really have to go along with this? Oh no, oh God, me too, then.’ Many of Sharon Horgan’s jokes revolve around a reluctance to indulge. If there’s an acerbic thing to be said, it will emerge. Photograph:  Michael Rowe/Contour by Getty Images

‘You don’t know if your truth is a perverted, disgusting truth, so you’re kind of putting yourself out there and hoping that people will go, ‘Oh no, (...)

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