(2004-07) as Aaron and Lynn Echolls, the parents of the titular character's nemesis, Logan Echolls.Thankfully, their real-life relationship has been much happier than their on-screen marriage, which was rife with abuse, addiction, infidelity, and ended with (spoiler alert! in October 2013, and Evan Peters was her undead lover, Kyle.Baccarin reportedly got pregnant with Mc Kenzie's baby while she was still married to ex-husband Austin Chick.She and Chick have since divorced, and she and Mc Kenzie are now married and share daughter Frances Laiz.Fun fact: it wasn't their first on-screen romance on the show.
The couple, who shares sons Archie and Abel, separated in 2012 and finalized the divorce in 2016. Their off-screen romance is adorable now, but it didn't start that way.It was within seconds, really, and it just became a thing." (2014-) stars Tea Leoni and Tim Daly play a married couple on screen (Leoni's the titular Secretary of State Elizabeth Mc Cord and Daly is her on-screen professor husband Henry).In April 2015, the co-stars went public as a real-life couple for the first time at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, reported.These television couples mixed business with pleasure to varying degrees of success. "And we started dating and he would come over and we would, like, make out, and then I would start to get depressed." Eventually, she came out, but cleared it with Galecki first."I called him and I just said, 'Is it okay–I'm thinking of talking about this. And I've got to say I made out with you and got depressed, which is kind of a bummer." Thankfully, Galecki was a good sport. I love you and I think it's really important and I'm so proud of you…If you want, I will be there and I will hold your hand.' It was so sweet, and this story really makes Johnny look good." the breakup was nobody's fault. She became a huge star, and she deserved everything she got.