Listen up, jabronis! It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is the funniest show on TV since…well, ever. And you know what’s even more hilarious? Some of the cast members are actually married to each other in real life.
Can you believe it? These wacky characters not only share the screen but also share a bed (well, hopefully not all at the same time).
So, let’s dive into the love lives of these crazy actors and see what makes their relationships tick.
Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson
Rob McElhenney, who plays Mac on the show, is married to Kaitlin Olson, who plays Dee. The couple met on the set of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia in 2005, and started dating soon after. They got married in 2008 and have two children together.
Rob and Kaitlin are known for their great chemistry both on and off screen. They have also worked together on other projects, such as the TV show The Mick, which Kaitlin starred in and Rob produced.
Glenn Howerton and Jill Latiano
Glenn Howerton, who plays Dennis on the show, is married to Jill Latiano. The couple met in 2007 and got married in 2009. They have two children together.
Jill Latiano is also an actress and has appeared in TV shows like Rescue Me and Legit. Glenn and Jill have worked together on several projects, including the TV show The Strangers.
Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis
Charlie Day, who plays Charlie on the show, is married to Mary Elizabeth Ellis, who plays The Waitress. The couple met in college and got married in 2006. They have one child together.
Mary Elizabeth Ellis has appeared in several TV shows and movies, including Master of None and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (where she plays The Waitress, Charlie’s love interest on the show). Charlie and Mary Elizabeth have also worked together on other projects, such as the movie Fist Fight.
Well, there you have it, folks! Three couples from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia are not only killing it on screen, but also killing it in their love lives.
It just goes to show that working together in a toxic environment filled with trash fires and questionable moral decisions can really bring people together. And hey, if these lovebirds can survive Charlie’s stalker-ish obsession with The Waitress, then they can survive anything.
So let’s all raise a glass (or a can of wine, if you’re classy like Dee) to these couples and their strong relationships. Here’s to hoping they don’t end up like Frank and his revolving door of marriages!