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(born December 1, 1975) is an American actor, screenwriter, and producer. He is best known for a recurring role as defrocked priest Matthew "Rickety Cricket" Mara on the FX comedy series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, for which he also writes and co-produces. Hornsby also had a regular role on the NBC comedy-crime series Good Girls (2018–2020).

An actor best known for his recurring role as the seemingly cursed ex-priest Rickety Cricket on the dark cult comedy "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," David Hornsby developed a behind-the-scenes career as a writer and producer. Not only did he become a key part of the writing staff for "Philadelphia" after initially being hired as an actor, Hornsby went on to create a pair of TV shows of hDavid Hornsby was born on December 1, 1975 in Newport News, Virginia, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005), Mythic Quest (2020) and Good Girls (2018). He has been married to Emily Deschanel since September 25, 2010. They have two children. (Source:is own. (Source:

David Hornsby was born in Newport News, Virginia, on December 1, 1975. Though he and his family moved to Houston when he was a toddler, David is related to another famous Hornsby from Virginia: singer/songwriter Bruce Hornsby is his cousin. After attending Carnegie Mellon University, David moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career as an actor. Early in his career, he snagged small roles in some high-profile projects, including the would-be summer blockbuster "Pearl Harbor" (2001) and the Tom Cruise/Steven Spielberg science-fiction action thriller "Minority Report" (2002). But Hornsby was still unknown enough to get cast in "The Joe Schmo Show" (Spike 2003-04), a fake reality show parodying the likes of "Big Brother" (CBS 2000- ), in which all but one of the cast members were actors performing scripted scenes. (One of Hornsby's castmates was a pre-stardom Kristen Wiig.) (Source: www.tcm.com)

An actor best known for his recurring role as the seemingly cursed ex-priest Rickety Cricket on the dark cult comedy "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," David Hornsby developed a behind-the-scenes career as a writer and producer. Not only did he become a key part of the writing staff for "Philadelphia" after initially being hired as an actor, Hornsby went on to create a pair of TV shows of his own. (Source: www.tcm.com)

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