"I have a Frenchie at home," she says with delight.
Everything she does is based off insecurity and a deep desire to be accepted by these guys." Olson's been sharing the spotlight with the Always Sunny guys — Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Danny DeVito, and her husband, Rob McElhenney — for a dozen years now.
Not only is she the clear protagonist of the series, she also helps with casting, gives notes on the scripts, and even "coaches the kids while we're acting." Created by two longtime Sunny writers — John and Dave Chernin — The Mick follows foul-mouthed Mickey as she's forced to take care of her sister's three spoiled children in affluent Greenwich, Connecticut.
I'm a little insane, but I'm not nasty." Before she was accosted at bars with her co-star-turned-husband, Olson was living a dramatically different life.
I love what I do and I love making people laugh, but I also really love bedtime with my kids." It's a struggle some actors face: Fans accept them as one thing on TV or film, but perhaps aren't as willing to acknowledge their favorite stars are fully-formed individuals, with outside interests and private lives that may contradict their on screen image.