Things change when you get to 40. I’m embarrassed even that I’m going through it. In a very morbid way, at 40 you become aware of how long you’ve been on Earth and you start to question what you’re going to use the remaining time doing.
I'm the person who will go to a wedding and switch the place cards around because I don't want to sit next to someone I don't know, because I'm so bad at chatting to strangers.
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If you’re not the brightest or if you’re not great at sports, or if you’re not artistic, then you’ve got to find a way to make your mark; otherwise you’re just this tiny little insignificant dot. I didn’t want to be insignificant ,so I made people laugh.
I’m a massive scaredy cat. I’m scared of being in a fast car, I’m scared of being on a rollercoaster, I would never go skiing, I would never do anything that had the possibility of endangering my life in any way. I should get some therapy, really.
I think the best comedy is tragicomic. Yeah, I suppose if you were to look at everything I’ve done, there is a bit of a black streak through all of it. It’s not deliberate: it’s what makes me laugh, and there’s a fine tradition of it, especially in Ireland.
I started writing sketches with Dennis Kelly, who I ended up writing ‘Pulling’ with. We entered a BBC competition and did quite well, then started writing bits for other people’s shows. You wheedle your way in, write pilots and eventually you end up writing a sitcom.
|Birth:||4th April, 1970|
Sharon Horgan is an English-born Irish actress, writer and comedian. She is best known for her work on the television series Pulling that she both co-wrote and starred in, and which garnered a BAFTA nomination for best sitcom and a Best Actress win for Horgan herself at the British Comedy Awards.
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