Produced in Tigard, Oregon, Kaitlin Olson graduated from the University of Oregon, and then went south to California, to pursue an on camera career. She worked with the well-known improve group, The Groundlings, in Los Angeles, and then appearing in guest starring or recurring characters on several television shows in the early 2000s, including “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, “Miss Match”, “The Drew Carey Show”, “Significant Others’, and “George Lopez”. She also appeared in such films as “Coyote Ugly” and “Jacks”.
Kaitlin Olson Net Worth $6 Million Dollars
In 2004, Curb was cast as Deandra “Sweet Dee” Reynolds, on the hit series, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”. Besides her work on “It’s Always Sunny…” she has appeared in the films, “Weather Girl” and “Leap Year”, and guest starred on “Out of Practice” and “The Riches”. Curb is also presently working on the animated series, “Unsupervised”.
August 18, 1975
Portland, Oregon, United States
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
University of Oregon
United States of America
Rob McElhenney (m. 2008)
Axel Lee McElhenney, Leo Grey McElhenney
Finding Dory, The Heat, Escape from Planet Earth, Held Up, Leap Year, Weather Girl, Coyote Ugly
Brickleberry, Unsupervised, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Mick, Meet the Marks, Kelsey Grammer Presents The Sketch Show
Gave birth to her second child at age 36, a son Leo Grey McElhenney on April 5, 2012. Child's father is her husband, Rob McElhenney.
Gave birth to her first child at age 35, a son Axel Lee McElhenny on September 1, 2010. Child's father is her husband, Rob McElhenney.
Engaged to Rob McElhenney as of December 2007.
Grew up on a farm in Oregon.
They [Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney] have a respect for each other that is amazing. They are able to argue and listen to each other without getting defensive ... and that makes it a really comfortable place to voice your own opinion and offer ideas.
I really like her insecurity. She definitely is despicable, you can't really argue with that. I don't think she's hate-able because it all stems from her raging insecurity and they're so mean to her. I think there is just something really funny about that to me. (On her character of Dee Reynolds)
I wasn't in a hurry to take everything that came along. It's pretty important to me to be proud of the work I do. I didn't want to just be cute and on TV. I wanted to be funny.
I feel happy to be the only girl on the show. We get along really well, we're all really good friends now, I don't feel left out. I think that they were surprised that a girl could hang out and have fun with them, and I was like, "Really? You guys don't know any funny women? That's too bad.
I'm just a giant fan of Will Ferrell and Sasha Baron Cohen. They make me laugh so hard, I make hideous noises and that's a good sign. I also love Michael Cera; I think that kid is hilarious. And Annette Bening. She's one of my heroes. I think she's amazing because she's hysterically funny without trying too hard.
I wish I had some dirt on Danny DeVito, but he is honestly the nicest, sweetest man I've ever met in my life. I love him, I love being around him. He's become like a part of our family. His wife and kids are amazing. Like, he's the happiest man I've ever known. He doesn't really have much to be sad about.