Amy Huberman tells how Chris O'Dowd helped her through US show rejection

Amy Huberman at the preview of the first episode of new series of 'Threesome'

ACTRESS Amy Huberman has spoken of how her "pride was hurt" after she was axed from an American sitcom. .

But now six months later she has bounced back, starring in series two of her Comedy Central sitcom 'Threesome' as well as her friend Chris O'Dowd's Sky comedy 'Moone Boy'.

Hosting a screening of 'Threesome' season two last night in Dublin, the 31-year-old revealed she has been cast as a teacher in O'Dowd's Roscommon-based series.

"Chris is a good friend since we were both in UCD. It's wonderful that he's asked me to do it, and I'll be working with someone who is practically a Hollywood star now," Amy said.

Training in the Ireland camp meant Amy's rugby captain husband Brian O'Driscoll missed last night's screening, but Amy's parents Harold and Sandra were among the guests at Dublin's Odessa Club.

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