Brendan O’Carol’s heartbreak for Mrs. Brown’s boys as they exit their favorite character

Brendan O'Carol's heartbreak for Mrs. Brown's boys as they exit their favorite character

Mrs. Brown’s boy star Brendan O’Carol has lifted the lid on the release of a long-running character from the hit sitcom.

The 65-year-old Dublin native said he was saddened by the loss of the show’s favorite star, but there was no emotion between him and actor Gary Hollywood.

Scotsman has been featuring hairdresser Dino Doyle on the BBC One show for over 20 years.

When Gary decides to break up with his Mrs. Brown’s Boys family, he leaves the role of Dino following a major dispute.

Raising the lid by saying goodbye to his dear friend and co-star, Brendan decided to leave the Gary show for personal reasons.

Gary has played dino for over 20 years

Speaking Dublin Live, The joker revealed: “Some people claim that Gary left because of the choice of money, but that is not true.

“They didn’t know the whole story. It was amusing.”

Brendan admitted he was insulted by fans who were outraged by the rumors.

It was rumored that the actor had left the show following a money dispute

“I got a lot of abuse on social media, but I let it go over my head. Gary is an amazing workman and has worked with us for over 20 years.

“He decided to follow his own star, and we make him happy. Gary moved to Spain and decided to establish a new life for himself and a fair game with him. ”

Brendan said he was happy with Gary

Gary divorced his first wife, Sharon Mudray, and in 2017 had two sons, Jack and Charlie.

He later remarried his beloved wife, Cheryl, and their son, Oliver.

The Mrs. Browns Boys Christmas special airs on December 25 at 9.45pm on RTE One and 10pm on BBC One.

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