'The Goldbergs' star divorcing his wife afer 24 years of marriage
Jeff Garlin has filed for divorce from his wife of 24 years, Marla Garlin, citing irresponsible differences that led to the deterioration of the relationship.
Jeff and Marla tied the knot on July 24, 1994, and split on July 25, 2017, just one day after celebrating 23 years together.
The news was reported by The Blast, which claims to have had access to court documents related to the divorce process of the two celebrities.
The former couple has two sons, 22-year-old James and 18-year-old Duke; since they are both adults, no child support will be involved in the case. Follow us on our Twitter account @amomama_usa to learn more.
NO CHILD SUPPORT
Despite not having to pay child support, Jeff is reportedly willing to pay Marla spousal support, although he insists that each side pays for their own attorneys' fees.
Jeff is a known face in the entertainment industry, mostly due to his starring role as Jeff Greene on "Curb Your Enthusiasm." While on the show, he served as an executive producer and received eight Emmy nominations.
Aside from "Curb Your Enthusiasm," he appears in "The Goldbergs," ABC's hit comedy, where he plays the part of Adam Goldberg's father, Murray Goldberg.
Unlike her former partner, Marla doesn't appear in front of the camera but she has also been nominated to receive an Emmy for Outstanding Casting in a comedy series for her work in "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
Back in April, Hollywood hunk Channing Tatum also split from his wife, Jenna Dewan, and was spotted on the phone in London without his wedding ring two weeks later.
Tatum and Dewan were married for nearly nine years after meeting on the set of "Step Up," the famous dance movie, and the two share Evelyn Tatum, a lovely 4-year-old girl.
It has been a rough year to the actor, who recently lost his first best friend, Corey Vaughn, with whom he went to high school.