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The pair, who tied the knot in 2008, called it quits in 2011, but neither wasted much time finding spouse number two.
s_bukley / Bradley Cooper & Jennifer Esposito One the reasons it's difficult to remember that these two acclaimed actors were married is because it was over so fast, lasting less than a year, and the other reason is that they just never seemed like a couple.
The least surprising thing about this provocative union, which lasted less than two years, was the divorce in 2012.
Jeff Kravitz/Film Magic, Inc Helen Hunt & Hank Azaria The coupling of seemingly reserved Helen Hunt and exuberant Hank Azaria always appeared a little odd.
Edit the animated television sitcom The Simpsons in 1989 voicing Moe Szyslak, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Carl Carlson and numerous other.
In 1998 he nominated outstanding voice over performance.
He joined the show having previously performed only one voice-over—as the titular animated dog in the failed Fox pilot Hollywood Dog, a show he described as "sort of Roger Rabbit-esque, where the dog was animated, but everybody else was real." The first voice he performed on The Simpsons was that of town bartender Moe Szyslak, replacing Christopher Collins who had initially recorded the character's voice.Hollywood starter marriages tend to be the most interesting. Tinseltown / Shutterstock.com; Jaguar PS / Renee Zellweger & Kenny Chesney This four-month-long marriage in 2005 is among the strangest of celebrity pairings.The Oscar-winning actress and the rowdy, frequently shirtless country singer seemed to be from different worlds.Azaria reportedly moved out of the couples home after being separated from his wife for six months and Hunt filed for divorce citing 'irreconcilable differences'.The divorce was finalised on 18th December 2000 and Hunt moved back to New York in the hope of doing more theatre work.
His family's spoken language at home was the Ladino language, which Azaria has described as "a strange, antiquated Spanish dialect written in Hebrew characters." Azaria originally intended to work predominantly as a theatrical actor, and he and Platt set up their own company, named Big Theatre, although Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter was the only thing they ever performed.