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Danny DeVito lookalike needed as It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia films in Ireland

A Danny DeVito lookalike is wanted as It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is set to film in Ireland.

Filming its 15th series, Dublin will play host to the production of the next instalment.


The job offer marked as ‘urgent’ was published on MovieExtras.ie.

In order to be considered, you must be a 4 foot 5 man, large build with a 41-inch waist.

“Yes Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia are coming to Ireland! And we need a Danny DeVito Double. Shooting is this Sunday 29th Aug and the location is Dublin. Height: 4ft5, Large, Waist pant 41.”


You must also be available to film on the 29th of August when filming is set to begin.

Proof of your right to work in Ireland will also be required if you were born outside the EU/EEA. It has also been noted that the role is paid work.

Fans of the show have expressed concerns over the possibility of the show coming to an end, however, they have been reassured by FX CEO John Landgraf, who stated that many more adventures are to come.

“As long as we can come to business terms that fit both our needs and they can continue to make episodes as good as they have been making, there is a good chance it may go past season 14.”

Co-creator and star of the show Rob McElhenney said that he wants to carry on making the show forever and that the next two seasons are already being planned.


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