Their real parents treated them as a thing to add to their collection of things.” The kids are, from eldest to youngest, Sabrina (Sofia Black-D’Elia), Chip (Thomas Barbusca) and Ben (Jack Stanton).

When crafting the characters, Olson — who is also a producer on the series — drew on her experience as a mother.

“You’ll see Mickey fall in love with Ben and be very into keeping him happy,” Olson says.

He later had more substantial parts in Latter Days and The Tollbooth.

Mc Elhenney also played a small role in the eighth season Law & Order episode "Thrill".

After moving to Los Angeles, Kaitlin joined The Groundlings which led her to many film and television acting opportunities.

She has also performed improv on Whose Line Is It Anyway? Kaitlin joined the cast on Sunny in 2005, and at some time in 2006 she and Rob Mc Elhenney began dating.

She plays Deandra “Sweet Dee” Reynolds, the only prominent female role in what is clearly a guy’s paradise. They just want you to come in and make it good.” Olson and Mc Elhenney have been married for nine years and have a second son, Leo.

The role was so sparsely conceived that she was handed another character’s lines for her audition and initially didn’t want the role. They started dating during the second season of “It’s Always Sunny,” but kept it a secret from their co-stars.Rob Mc Elhenney is one of the creative forces behind It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He is also an executive producer, writer, and director for the show.Mc Elhenney was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 14, 1977.“At the end of the season we came clean,” she says.“I couldn’t have Yoko Ono’d the entire situation.” They manage the child care and their different work schedules with the help of nannies. “After school the kids come to me at work and I can play with them in my trailer,” she says.“My main note to [the writers] was, ‘My kids are four and six.