Harold Perrineau of 'Lost' & His Actress Wife Britanny Have Been Happily Married for 17 Years
Star actor Harold Perrineau has a lovely life behind-the-scenes, and this includes his marriage to actress Brittany Perrineau, his wife of 17 years!
Harold Perrineau is one of Hollywood's versatile stars who gained acclaimed recognition in the film industry with his role in movies like "Oz," "The Edge," and TV series, "Lost" among others.
But besides his on-screen talent, Perrineau is a family man who has been married to Brittany Robinson, for 17 years. On his, Instagram page, it is not hard to deduce that the "Matrix" actor is both a loving husband and a devoted dad.
When it comes to his kids, Harold is quite protective and always make sure to take care of their children and this was the case when his oldest daughter, Aurora, allegedly sexually assaulted as a teenager.
The two share three daughters and Perrineau never hesitates to show off his family. One of his Instagram updates shows the star actor posing sweetly with Brittany while they enjoy a game of Polo.
Another of his posts show the "Romeo and Juliet" star posing with his family and showing off big smiles during the yuletide.
According to IMDB, Brittany Robinson Perrineau is an actor just like her spouse. Perrineau has been on several movie projects, including "Lost," where she starred alongside her husband. She was also on 2008's "Felon."
She also works behind the scenes as a producer. Today shares that back in 2013, Harold and Brittany became third-time parents after they welcomed their daughter, Holiday Grace Perrineau, who joined older siblings, Aurora and Wynter Aria.
When it comes to his kids, Harold is quite protective and always makes sure to take care of their children and this was the case when his oldest daughter, Aurora, allegedly sexually assaulted as a teenager.
According to EW, the "Lost" alum's daughter once accused showbiz star, Murray Miller, of being sexually inappropriate with her when she was seventeen.
In a statement, Miller's representatives claimed that he was innocent of the allegations and that Aurora Perrineau demanded money from the accused before threatening to go to the police.
After a while, the story changed, and Miller's reps later refuted their claims about Perrineau's demand for money.
Her star dad was devastated by the news and stayed silent for a while on the matter before taking to Twitter, where he addressed the issue.
At the time, Miller was the scriptwriter for Lena Dunham's "Girls," and Dunham had sided with Miller while mentioning that this case was one of the "3 percent of assault cases that are misreported every year."
She made it known that her biggest mistake was disregarding Aurora's sexual assault claims.