Rob Delaney

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Writer, actor, creator of Catastrophe

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American comedian Rob Delaney and Irish writer and actress Sharon Horgan created and star in the British sitcom Catastrophe.

Creators and Stars of 'Catastrophe'

American comedian Rob Delaney and Irish writer and actress Sharon Horgan created and star in the British sitcom Catastrophe.

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