"Sixteen Candles" actor Anthony Michael Hall is head over heels with his fiancée Lucia Oskerova and makes it known to the public. The lovebirds have even worked together on-screen.
Anthony Michael Hall shared a sweet message about his love Lucia Oskerova on Instagram on September 5, calling her his light. He captioned his post:
“'The greatest thing you will ever learn is to love – and be loved in return.' My Lucia, you are my light and my heart and my forever love.”
Pictured: An undated image of child star Anthony Michael Hall as Brian Johnson in the movie "The Breakfast Club" | Photo: @/YouTube/MovieClips
Hall posted a selfie of the couple grinning, both leaning in for the shot along with the post. The image had the words: "My love" written over it.
On September 17, 2020, the 53-year-old revealed to fans that he and Oskerova enjoyed their summer working in Austin, Texas, that year with their AMH drive-in festival.
He then posted a collage of their trip experience alongside a green Porsche, including their snapshots during each destination.
After that, they went on vacation, driving north through New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana, then to their home in Washington. In the lengthy post, he wrote:
“America the beautiful! Take my advice, friends, get out of your house, get into nature and go and enjoy our great nation and all it has to offer.”
In August 2020, Hall took to Instagram again and shared a close-up shot of him, and Oskerova all decked out in formal attires with the actress widely smiling, whereas he grinned.
Anthony Michael Hall attends Rockwell Table & Stage Presents "Edward Scissorhands: A Musical Parody" at Rockwell Table and Stage on December 16, 2018 in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Getty Images
Hall divulged his future wife captured the picture from the set of their movie "War Machine" (2015). He revealed he was filming at Buckingham Palace in London at the time with Brad Pitt, adding:
“I surprised Lucia and brought her to set. Unbeknownst to her, when she got to set, I revealed her surprise: she was going to be part of the ballroom sequence in the film which shot at Buckingham Palace."
He later got to introduce her to the Hollywood leading man Pitt and his then-wife Angelina Jolie. Hall shared that was one of the best days of his entire career to date.
In 2018, the Massachusetts native's significant other posted a boomerang of herself flashing in an all-white outfit adorned with "angel wings" and briefly twirled.
On January 2, 2020, Oskerova posted an up-close shot of her and Hall side by side as she served a serious facial expression while Hall appeared to be pouting. Her caption read: "2020 bring it on… we're ready."
Later that month, she shared another snap snuggled up to her fiancé and wrote she was excited to attend two different screenings that evening, adding she was grateful to be part of those two projects.
In September 2019, Hall revealed on social media that he proposed to Oskerova and wrote: "9.4.19 Taormina, Sicily," alongside a heart emoji.
He shared collages of photos taken during a family trip to Italy featuring some of their family members, including a close-up of Oskerova's engagement ring.
Hall and Oskerova started dating in summer 2016 when the "Weird Science" star began sharing images of the two out and about.
They have also been pictured together at several events, including Brett Ratner's Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony in January 2017 and the November 2018 premiere of Hall's movie "Bodied."
In May 2017, the pair posed for a snap taken at an outdoor landscape, and Hall gushed over at his girlfriend while thanking God for her, writing:
“Behind every good man is a great woman. So grateful to the Good Lord, I am in love with the most beautiful and sweet woman, Lucia Oskerova. She is the 1.”
The blonde beauty is a Slovak Canadian international actress and model. She has studied and worked worldwide, including Instabul, Germany, North America, Slovakia, and Canada.
Oskerova speaks four languages and enjoys traveling and experiencing the different cultures and languages of people she meets along the way.
In terms of her career, she began at age 15 when a modeling scout spotted her, and her career in fashion took off from thereon. Oskerova became a Fashion Week star having walked for famous brands Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel, Dior, and Prada.
As for her future husband, Hall, the star began his acting career doing commercials at age seven. His breakout role was playing Rusty Griswold in "National Lampoon's Vacation" (1983).
Following its major success, Hall, aka Brian Johnson in "The Breakfast Club," became a household name by starring in three John Hughes classics: "Sixteen Candles" (1984), "Weird Science" (1985), and "The Breakfast Club," (1985).
"The Breakfast Club" is widely regarded as the most iconic movie in history. The film follows five teenagers who end up spending nine hours in Saturday detention.
The main cast includes Brian Johnson (Hall), Claire Standish (Molly Ringwald), Andrew Clark (Emilio Esteves), Allison Reynolds (Ally Sheedy), and John Bender (Judd Nelson).
They are expected to write a 1,000-word essay explaining who they are. Throughout the film, the students share their darkest secrets and eventually become friends. In the end, they submit a single essay signed, "Sincerely yours, the Breakfast Club."
After shooting "Sixteen Candles," Hall revealed they informed him about "The Breakfast Club" and what character he would be playing this time. Speaking on his geeky role as Brian, he said:
"He's more introverted, quiet, and a shy little guy that ultimately becomes the voice for the group, he writes the letter and the whole thing.”
While they all seemed to get along on set as his costars described him as a sweet, lovable guy, Hall revealed The Brat Pack never existed – a label used in a famous New York Times Magazine profile in 1985 for the actors who starred in the film.
He shut down the idea that the rest of the stars ever hung out together, claiming it was a media ploy and told Insider that it did not exist.
Since being on the movie more than three decades ago, Hall went on to guest star on the "Murder, She Wrote" and "Entourage." Hall also played a villain in the film "Edward Scissorhands."
Following the movie, Hall joined the cast of "Saturday Night Live" in 1985 at age 17 and starred alongside Robert Downey Jr. in "Johnny Be Good."
After his year-long stint at "SNL," he experienced a challenge with excessive drinking and partying, which threatened to derail his career, but he managed to get back on track and has been sober since 1990.
However, that was not the end of his woes because, in 2009, his then-girlfriend Diana Falzone filed for a restraining order against him, claiming he stalked her and kicked her apartment door.
Two years after the alleged incident, Hall received a warrant of arrest again in 2011 on a misdemeanor charge for breaking the harmony of the apartment.
In addition, Hall got arrested in November 2018 after getting involved in a physical altercation with his neighbor, Richard Samson. He shoved him, and he fell and broke his wrist.
Prosecutors revealed the "Psych" star got in an argument with his neighbor on September 13, 2016, and was charged with felony battery in November 2016.
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