Going into the 13th season now as Executive Producer and Production Manager of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Lofaro is grateful for the outstanding success of the show and the support of everyone involved.
Lofaro started with Sunny Television Productions in September of 2004, produced the pilot in November 2004 and the first season began in March 2005. The second season began in the winter of 2005 and brought the added pleasure of a reunion with Danny DeVito whom Lofaro had worked with as the First Assistant Director on War of the Roses.
Lofaro has enjoyed working with the outstanding cast, Rob McElhenney, Kaitlin Olson, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton and Danny DeVito.
Lofaro is happily married to his wife, Stacey, with whom they have an 11-year-old son, Jack, along with his two older sons, Nick, 27 a graduate from Lofaro’s alma mater – NYU who is now working in the Bay Area and Lucas, 25 a UC Berkeley grad also working in the Bay Area.
He is excited for the continued success of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and is looking forward to at least another two great seasons as we strive for an industry record!
Thank you, John Landgraf, Eric Schrier, Nick Grad and everyone at FX Networks for you ongoing support and to our fabulous crew for their loyalty and outstanding contributions.