From Gayle MacDonald of the Globe and Mail:
- Little Mosque leaves the Prairies
When Sheila McCarthy got the call asking if she’d be up for a part in CBC’s quirky comedy Little Mosque on the Prairie, the veteran actress first thought her agent was pulling her leg. “I remember thinking is that title for real?,” laughs McCarthy, lounging on a sofa in a makeshift mayor’s office during a break last June while filming the sixth, and final, season of the show. “Then I read the script, which struck me as a fun, sweet Lucy-Desi-type comedy. So I thought, sure, this’ll be a fun little job. I’ll go and hang out in Regina for a few weeks. But I really believed it would be a one-off.” Read more.
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