Sharon Horgan: ‘I had to wake up in the middle of the night wondering if I was going to die alone’

It’s early morning in New York – I’m calling from London – and we’re casually talking about murder. She’s always had this dream, she confided, but after making her new Apple TV+ show, Bad Sisters, “it’s just a regular thing.” She is playful but also very serious. “I am very angry. Sometimes I’m motivated by it. I don’t know what it is or where it came from. But yes, I often feel like killing someone. ” Pause. Afterthought: “By the way, that’s not something I’m going to continue.” The plot is delicately delivered with the perfect comic timing. The humor comes naturally to Horgan, who has created a number of popular TV comedies over the past 15 years. like how I even construct sentences, you know, in ordinary life, they have a certain kind of humorous slant.”

enjoys a brutal work ethic (she only takes a “four-minute lunch break”, she Disastrous co-writer Rob Delaney complains), Horgan’s keen observation has brought us successes like Countryside and Pullingas well as hidden gems, like the 2007 series Angelo’s, in which she plays the half of a couple with similar interests. In the first episode, they sneak to the doctor about their difficulties conceiving. Agitated by her partner’s admission that he masturbates twice a day, Horgan’s PC said, “Just one last thing, Doctor, Dave’s testicles are really, they’re small, aren’t they, pretty small. unusually… We were wondering if that could be one of the causes.” Sharon Horgan: ‘I had to wake up in the middle of the night wondering if I was going to die alone’

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