Sharon Horgan stars in Together on BBC Two: How old is she and who is her ex-husband?

Sharon Horgan is currently starring in the BBC feature film Two Together about a relationship struggling to survive lockdown – but who is her real husband?

How old is she and what else has she been in?

The writer and actress is famous for writing Motherland and Catastrophe.

Here’s all you need to know …

Sharon Horgan and James McAvoy star in Together (BBC Two)

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Who is Sharon Horgan and what is she famous for?

Sharon Horgan is known as an actress, screenwriter, comedian and producer.

She is perhaps most famous for the comedy series Pulling, which she wrote and performed from 2006 to 2009.

Sharon went on to write and star in Catastrophe from 2015 to 2019.

She also created the HBO comedy series Divorce starring Sarah Jessica Parker.

Sharon has appeared in dozens of films, including Game Night, Military Wives, and Man Up.

She played Queen Dagmar in Disenchantment, Danielle in Criminal: UK, Shona in This Way Up and Helen Stephens in Dead Boss.

Sharon is also Motherland’s respected and award-winning designer and writer.

And just for that, we thank her very much!

How old is Sharon and where is she from?

Sharon Lorencia Horgan was born on July 13, 1970 in Hackney, London.

She is currently 50 years old.

Although she was born in London, Sharon is of Irish descent.

Her mother Ursula (née Campbell) is from County Kildare.

Sharon’s father, John Horgan, is from New Zealand.

When she was four, Sharon’s parents moved the family to Bellewstown, County Meath, Ireland, to run a turkey farm.

Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney in Catastrophe, But Who Is Her Real Husband? (Credit: Channel 4)

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Is she related to Shane Horgan?

Sharon’s younger brother Shane is a former international rugby union player.

He played winger and center for Leinster and Ireland.

He is now a rugby analyst for RTÉ Sports.

His other younger brother is podcaster Mark Horgan.

Sharon Horgan’s Husband: Will there be another disaster?

Sadly, Sharon and co-writer Rob Delaney have said there will be no more Catastophe series.

The show was first released in January 2015 and has gone on to have four series in all.

The fourth season of Catastrophe premiered in March 2018.

Right before the premiere, the show’s official Twitter account released a statement that the fourth season would be the last.

This decision was in part influenced by the death of one of its stars Carrie Fisher, who played Mia.

The series ended on a cliffhanger as Sharon and Rob waded in the sea …

Sharon Horgan is the female star of Together (Photo credit: BBC Two)

Sharon Horgan’s Husband – Is She Married?

The actress married businessman Jeremy Rainbird on October 16, 2005 at the Chelsea Register Office in London.

The couple lived in Victoria Park Hackney, London, and had two daughters.

However, they divorced in 2019.

Speaking about life after divorce, she told The Telegraph, “You have to be a lot more organized and you have to plan ahead.

“If you think you’re going to be touring Ireland for three weeks, you better make sure your co-parent knows about it.”

She adds: “But it’s good. I have to grow up.

“Jeremy would probably laugh because I still have so much to learn and my daughters regularly tell me that I don’t know how to ‘run’ the house, like it’s a vacuum cleaner or something. “

She hasn’t revealed if she is in a new relationship.

Together on BBC Two – what is it?

Sharon Horgan and James McAvoy play the role of a couple forced to re-evaluate their unhappy relationship by foreclosure.

Their already rocky partnership threatens to collapse completely when Covid lifts its ugly head and forces the UK to lock down in March 2020.

But their forced time together puts them in close contact again – with unintended consequences.

Billed as a dramatic comedy, we would say it’s more of a drama – often devastating at that.

Imagine an episode of Talking Heads, only with a couple talking to the camera.

And their seemingly oft-overlooked son Arthur / Artie sadly lingers in the background in sometimes heartbreaking scenes.

Prepare to laugh and cry.

Ensemble aired Thursday June 14, 2021 at 9 p.m. on BBC Two.

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