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- In Hollywood, dating your co-stars is pretty common.
- However, there's something strange about seeing on-screen siblings date in the real world.
- Peter Krause and Lauren Graham started dating after playing siblings on "Parenthood."
In Hollywood, co-stars fall in love all the time â€", sometimes it doesn't. These 12 couples mostly didn't work out (with one exception). But that's not all they have in common â€" they also all played brothers and sisters on-screen.
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From the Bravermans on "Parenthood" to the Morgans on "Dexter," all 12 of these couples played siblings (or step-siblings), while.
Keep scrolling to see which of your fave siblings were a little bit like Jaime and Cersei Lannister.
Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall were married (and divorced) while they played siblings in "Dexter."
Hall played the titular character in "Dexter," a serial killer with a code, while Carpenter played Deb, his foul-mouthed adopted sister. The two went through many stages in their relationship, but their bond was the heart of the show.
In real life, Hall and Carpenter started dating in 2007,, and . However, they starred on the show together for another three years, until "Dexter" aired its finale in 2013.
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Peter Krause and Lauren Graham were playing siblings on "Parenthood" when they began dating in 2010.
Krause and Graham played Adam and Sarah Braverman, respectively, on NBC's "Parenthood" from 2010 to 2015 - and during that time, they began dating.
"We couldn't stop talking,""Not about ourselves, but about the world and books and family. Once we got together, there was no game play. It was like, 'You like me, and I like you.' It gave me an understanding of life: This is how things happen, and it's completely random."
A decade later, they're still together.
In "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," Matthew Broderick and Jennifer Grey played antagonistic siblings — but in real life, they were in love.
Broderick played Ferris, the epitome of a cool kid, while Grey played his sour older sister Jeanie, who only wanted to catch Ferris in his lies in the 1986 classic.
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Their relationship was revealed to the world in August 1987 when, while driving together on vacation in Ireland,that left two people dead. They'd , in 1988.
Chris Pratt and Emily VanCamp fell in love while playing siblings on teen drama "Everwood."
Pratt and VanCamp both got their start on "Everwood," a teen drama that aired on the WB from 2002 to 2006. In it, VanCamp played Amy Abbott, while Pratt played her older brother Bright. The pair ended up dating for a couple of years.
, right after the show ended. "We've pretty much gotten used to the response of, 'Eww, that's weird. That's creepy.' The people who know us are happy, and probably expected it to happen eventually. But yeah, every once in a while we get that one person that's like, 'That's really creepy. You just kissed your sister,'" Pratt joked.
"It never really weirded us out that we played brother and sister, because, you know, it's all fiction."
Maureen McCormick and Barry Williams played step-siblings on "The Brady Bunch," but "couldn't keep their hands off each other" off-screen.
Gallery: Celebrities who had their first kiss on screen (StarsInsider)
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McCormick and Williams played Marcia and Greg Brady for all five seasons of "The Brady Bunch," from 1969 to 1974. Towards the end of the show's run, McCormick and Williams developed feelings for each other, as teenagers are wont to do.
, "Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice," that even she was creeped out sometimes to be kissing her brother, writing, "Oh my God! I'm kissing my brother. What am I doing?'
Shetook place during the cast's trip to Hawaii in season four. But, she said, their relationship was an "on-and-off-again game," and they never officially became boyfriend and girlfriend.
Evan Rachel Wood and Shane West dated years after they played siblings on "Once and Again."
From 1999 to 2002, West and Wood played Eli and Jessie Sammler on ABC's "Once and Again." The show focused on their dad, Rick, and his attempts to move on after his divorce with a new woman, Lily.
A decade later, in 2009,West's 31st birthday. "I think you can put two and two together," Wood said of their relationship status. "I won't confirm or deny it but I don't think I have to." She also added that West was her celebrity crush.
But it didn't last long: The following year,
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In "Roswell," Katherine Heigl and Jason Behr played siblings from a different planet. In real life, they dated for most of the show's run.
"Roswell" aired for three seasons from 1999 to 2002,Heigl and Behr dated for almost all of the show's run, before breaking up in 2002.
On the show, they played Max and Isabel Evans, alien siblings who crash-landed in Roswell, New Mexico, and try their best to fit in with humanity, to varied levels of success.
Shannen Doherty and Jason Priestley played the Walsh twins in "Beverly Hills, 90210" but their real relationship was more like Brenda and Dylan.
Doherty played the rebellious Brenda Walsh for the first four seasons of the show before getting written off, while Priestley played the more popular Brandon during seasons one through nine (he was shown in archival footage for the tenth and final season in 2000).
In his book, "Jason Priestley: A Memoir,""Various combinations of people slept with each other over the years. Nobody ever got attached. We never let it get in the way what we were doing. I will let you know that nobody ever got - work always superseded everything."
Even if their relationship wasn't serious, we'll alwayson the 1991 Emmys red carpet to look back on.
Ian Somerhalder and Maggie Grace played step-siblings with crushes on each other in "Lost," and those crushes translated off-screen.
The two played step-siblings Boone and Shannon during "Lost's" first two seasons, with Boone's death at the end of season one being one of the most shocking moments of the show. Throughout the course of the season, it gradually was revealed that Boone was into his step-sister, and she took advantage of those feelings rather frequently.
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In real life, the two dated for around a year, from 2006 to 2007, a year after Somerhalder's character was killed off. "Ian and I are still very good friends,"
Emily VanCamp dated another one of her on-screen brothers, Dave Annable, who played her brother in "Brothers and Sisters."
In "Brothers and Sisters," VanCamp played Rebecca Harper, a young woman who comes into the lives of the Walkers (the main focus of the series), and reveals that she is their half-sibling - their father had an affair with her mother, producing Rebecca. She then tries to build relationships with her new family.
The only issue? That VanCamp and her on-screen half-brother, Annable (who played Justin) had visible chemistry and were dating off-screen. The show then made the choice to have Rebecca actually not be their half-sibling, freeing up Rebecca and Justin to date on the show.
, but broke up before VanCamp's character left the show in season four - Annable met his future wife, Odette, during season five.
"I looked like an idiot,""Here were two young people who didn't grow up with each other, didn't know each other, but they had this electricity. There was nothing I could do."
Amy Poehler and Will Arnett were already married when they played incestuous siblings in "Blades of Glory."
Poehler and Arnett, who were married from 2003 to 2016, co-starred in 2007's "Blades of Glory" as the ice-skating Van Waldenberg siblings, the villains of the film. The two clearly have a vibe throughout the film, but it all comes to a head at the end of the film when they kiss.
Selena Gomez and David Henrie dated while co-starring on "The Wizards of Waverly Place."
Gomez and Henrie never publicly confirmed their romance, but there was much speculation about the two on-screen Russo siblings,, and were spotted together in 2014.
No matter what, the two have remained good friends., and the two teamed up for 2020's "This Is the Year," which Henrie directed and Gomez produced.
James Marsters splits from wife .
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