In the personal life of Mrs Brown’s Boys star Brendan O’Carroll – Covid worries, “net worth” and love life
Irish comedian Brendan O’Carroll is best known for portraying Agnes Brown’s rudeness on stage and on the BBC and RTÉ TV show Mrs Brown’s Boys.
Brendan’s wife Jennifer, sister, son and daughter are all involved in the production of the popular show.
Brendan has an impressive estimated net worth which was last calculated in 2013 and was around 11million euros (£ 9million) which could be significantly more in 2021.
The Mrs Browns Boys franchise is a high-income business that catapulted O’Carroll to fame and wealth.
The comedian resides in Davenport, Florida.
In 2017, it was reported that Mrs Brown’s Boys creator Brendan O’Carroll and his family had purchased seven homes worth $ 4 million in the sunny state of Florida.
At the start of the pandemic, the comedian felt nervous about catching Covid because he suffers from an underlying heart disease.
“I had a stent in my heart over a year ago and I was terrified of catching the virus,” he told the Irish Mirror. “We live on a golf course here in America and honestly if you didn’t watch the news you would never know there was a pandemic and over 300,000 people have died,” he said. .
Brendan O’Carroll has been married and a co-star on the Jennifer Gibney series since 2005.
The couple celebrated 15 years of marriage together earlier this year, but they still kept their big day a secret in 2006.
He was previously married to Doreen Dowdall in the late ’90s for two years, and previously as a waiter and milkman having left school at age 12.
The Irish star received the Irish Film and Television Academy Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to Irish television.
In 1999 a movie based on her book The Mammy titled Agnes Browne was released. The success led O’Carroll to start his own family theater company.
Its wealth has been generated through tours, sold-out shows in Ireland and the UK, stage work, TV specials and business picks.
The hit series was rocked after actors Gary Hollywood and Damien McKiernan, who play boyfriends Dino and Rory, complained about their salaries, after finding out they were paid less than their cast mates.
Brendan previously told Dublin Live in an interview: “Some people have claimed that Gary left because of an argument over money, but that was not true. They did not know the whole story and it ‘was amicable. “
O’Carroll first became known to the public after appearing on The Late Late Show as a guest comedian early in his entertainment career.
Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie was released in 2014 and held the No. 1 spot at the box office for two weeks.
O’Carroll went public after appearing on The Late Late Show as a comedic guest.
Finglas man Brendan O’Carroll stunned viewers of RTE Late Late Show last week as he gave a heartfelt interview encouraging people to donate to St Vincent de Paul and donated 500 000 € to the charity.
The comedian and actor won over fans and critics of the series by recounting his childhood difficulties.
His mother Maureen raised him and his ten siblings after their father passed away when he was just six years old.
He said, “You feel like you have to give back, you know, it’s kind of like when you were that soldier.”
He added: “Today when we open the pop-up store… we were launching the pop-up store, and we were signing bags, and a few people from St Vincent de Paul came over and said, ‘you don’t know how many it means for people.