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James Marsters has split from Patricia Jasmin Rahman. © Bang Showbiz James Marsters
The 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' star's wife filed documents at the Los Angeles County Court on Wednesday (03.02.21) to end their marriage after 10 years together, TMZ reports.
James and Patricia met in Amsterdam at a concert, many years before James eventually got down on one knee in May 2010 in Trier, Germany. The couple then married in a private civil ceremony in Los Angeles in January 2011, recently celebrating their 10 year anniversary together.
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The show must go on
Running into your ex is one thing, but having to continue working with them is a different challenge altogether. For many A-list couples, this was the case, and they had no choice but to get back to work after their breakup. Some were able to remain professional and build solid friendships with their former flames, while for others, things went sour. Here are 10 celebrity couples that had to keep working together after calling it quits...
Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco
Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco played neighbours-turned-lovers on ‘The Big Bang Theory’ from 2007 to 2017. The pair dated off-screen for two years while filming and managed to keep their romance a secret. Although their characters Penny and Leonard were meant to be, this was not the case for the couple, who called it quits in December 2009. Kaley shared with Haute living that just as their real-life relationship had come to an end, their onscreen romance was just heating up and that involved a lot of bed scenes. She said: “We weren’t weird, which is what was weird. It was a mutual breakup, and you can rarely say that. Johnny and I were friends first, then we obviously dated.”
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony officially separated in 2011, and ended their 10-year marriage in 2014. Despite not being together, the powerhouse performers have continued to collaborate in the studio. In 2012, the two worked together on the competition show ‘Q’Viva! The Chosen’, and in 2016, they recorded a Spanish-language album together. Lopez and Anthony are also co-parenting as they have two children together.
Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart
Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart met in 2016 on the set of ‘Riverdale’ where they play on-screen couple Jughead and Betty. The two dated on-and-off for two years before splitting up for good in March 2020. A few months later, Cole confirmed their breakup on Instagram, he wrote: “What an incredible experience I had, I’ll always feel lucky and cherish that I had the chance to fall in love. I wish her nothing but the utmost love and happiness moving forward.” In September, they started filming for season 5 of the series.
Diane Keaton and Al Pacino
Diane Keaton and Al Pacino had an on-again, off-again romance that spanned two decades over the 70s and 80s while starring together in the ‘Godfather’ trilogy. Eventually, Keaton wanted to settle down, but Pacino was not ready. After their split they continued working together and maintained their professional relationship. In an interview with PEOPLE in 2014, Keaton said: “I don’t think he was really that interested. And I don’t think a long-term happy marriage would be easy for him.”
Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder
Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder met on the set of ‘The Vampire Diaries’ in 2009, where they played on-and-off lovers Damon and Elena. Despite their 11-year age gap, the two began dating in real life until their breakup in 2013. The actors remained friends and even joked about their split on-stage at the 2014 People’s Choice Awards after winning the Best Chemistry award. In 2015, Nina told E! News: “We didn't break up because anything bad happened or because there wasn't love or friendship. I love him and the friendship is still strong, and I think he's great and I care about him. And that didn't change. Yes, we're professional and that's fine. We were friends long before we dated, and we still are now."
Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake
Justin Timberlake and Cameron Diaz met at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards in 2003 and were together for four years before breaking up in 2007. The pair were then reunited for work on the set of the film ‘Bad Teacher’ in 2011, and even shared a love scene. Their fellow castmate Lucy Punch told MTV in 2011 that there wasn’t any drama on set, she said: “I go on set and I’m like, Oh, they’re just great friends it turns out, and really mature and adult. How boring!”
Jacob Elordi and Joey King
Joey King and Jacob Elordi met on the set of Netflix’s ‘The Kissing Booth’ in 2017, where they played the couple Elle and Noah. While their characters remained together, the pair were together for over a year before calling it quits in 2018. After their breakup they had to continue working together on the second and third film of the trilogy. Joey addressed the experience in an October 2019 epsiode of the podcast ‘Mood With Lauren Elizabeth’, she said: “It was a wild experience. But honestly, it was a really beautiful time. Because I learned a lot about myself and I grew as an actor. I grew as a person on this." Later, she also shared a similar sentiment in an interview with Cosmopolitan, saying: “No one’s thinking to themselves, ‘That was easy,’ because it wasn’t.”
Blake Lively and Penn Badgley
On ‘Gossip Girl’, Blake Lively and Penn Badgely played on-again-off-again couple Serena and Dan, who even got married at the end of the series in 2012. Unlike their characters, the actors went their separate ways in 2010, but decided to keep their breakup hidden from the cast at first. The show’s executive producer Joshua Safran told Vanity Fair in 2017 that the pair didn’t want their breakup to interfere with filming, he said: “They kept the breakup hidden from the crew, which you could never do now. I don't even know how they did it. They kept it from everybody which is a testament to how good they are as actors. Because they did not want their personal drama to relate to the show.”
Before James was with Patricia, he was married to Liane Davidson. He split from his former spouse in 1997, eight years after they got together and they share 24-year-old son Sullivan.
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Meanwhile, James previously opened up about fame and how he is always recognised for playing Spike in the horror television series. However, in his "normal life", he tries to surround himself with people that aren't so interested in the 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' series.
He said in 2017: "If I get on an airplane: 20 hours a week, I’m being recognised. If I’m staying home, just with my friends, maybe 15 minutes. It depends on if I go out or not. In my normal life, I surround myself with people who don’t think about Buffy very much. And so I can have a normal life. If I’m going out, the world wants to talk about it. And I think that’s a good thing."
As well as 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' and its spin off 'Angel', James has also had roles in a number of big TV shows including the likes of 'Smallville', 'Hawaii Five-0' and 'Witches of East End'.
James Corden 'has doubled his wealth to £50m after Hollywood move' .
The actor, 42, moved to Los Angeles in 2015 to host The Late Late Show. Since the move, the star has become one of the partners at film production company Fulwell 73 and seen his assets swell. James was previously estimated as being worth around £22m, however in the latest accounts from his company the business' assets are declared as £140m. As one of five partners listed on Companies House where the paperwork is filed, James' share should be around £28million. The star also has earnings from his film and TV roles, with him thought to earn $7m for The Late Late Show, as well as millions of dollars tied up in his properties.