Are celebrities more likely to divorce or break up?
Earlier this week news reports surfaced that Scott Patterson, 57, and his partner had split up.
Is the actor best known for his role on the television series Gilmore Girls really single again? (read more)Patterson spotted alone A fan spotted Scott Patterson walking alone, probably coming back from picking up his mail at the end of his several mile long driveway, on the afternoon of August 11, 2016. “Definitely yes,” says the fan, adding that “He was wearing a large sweater and looked really cute! A rep for Scott Patterson was not immediately available for comment.
It seems everyone had an opinion on the matter: Based on the facts (Patterson spotted alone with a cute sweater), is there trouble in paradise or is it much ado about nothing?
The paper says the actor has been spotted wearing a new wedding ring earlier this week.
Reports from the Washington Daily News yesterday (August 12, 2016), suggest the actor best known for his role on the television series Gilmore Girls has secretly got hitched to his long-term relationship. (read more)Intimate Ceremony with Family and Friends There had already been speculation that the loved-up pair were set to announce their engagement but it sounds like they might have just jumped straight to wedded bliss!
Related Scott Patterson Sparks Engagement Rumor The couple is said to have exchanged vows in an intimate morning ceremony at a secret location, before few close friends and family members.
Twitter Reactions To Rumored Wedding“They certainly looked like a happy couple” a close friend Tweeted on Friday (August 12).
But was he referring to the supposed wedding, some fans wondered.
Scott Patterson “secretly married” rumors have caused quite a stir among fans. That remains a mystery for now, as the actor’s rep hasn’t commented, nor the couple released an official statement yet.
An accomplished actor in film, television and theater, Scott Patterson is well known to television audience from his seven seasons as diner owner Luke Danes in the hit series "Gilmore Girls."Patterson now brings his many talents to the network's new comedy "Aliens In America," playing Gary Tolchuk, the aspiring entrepreneur dad of a Wisconsin family whose lives are turned upside down by the arrival of a Pakistani Muslim exchange student.
Patterson, born in Philadelphia and raised in New Jersey, attended Rutgers University and pursued a degree in comparative literature.