'Happy Endings' star Eliza Coupe and her health guru husband are getting divorced

Apr 03, 2018
10:20 P.M.
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Their 4-year-old marriage seems to have fallen apart in the last few months.


According to an article published by US Weekly, actress Eliza Coupe and her husband Darin Olien are officially divorced, bringing an unhappy ending to their 4-year-old marriage.

Reports suggested that it was Olien who filed the divorce papers in the court on April 2. While it is still a secret why the duo may have split, a social media that might provide some insight into their relationship.

On the same day that Olien is said to have filed for divorce, Coupe shared a post on social media that indicated her state of mind.

In the message, she wrote that anything that appears to have a negative impact on your life has a lesson or a deeper purpose attached to it.


She implied this through several examples, including that annoying things in life teach patience, hate teaches one to love unconditionally and fear teaches courage.

She concluded her message by admitted that she was in the mood for deep quotes that day.

Coupe and Olien tied the knot in New Zealand December 2014 after being engaged for a month. They did not have any children together, however, Coupe often shared snippets from their happy lives online.


This is Coupe’s second unsuccessful marriage. She was also married to acting coach Randall Whittinghill from 2007 and 2013. The couple had been committed to each other for 13 years before they split.

Coupe’s first divorce came at a time when her show Happy Endings was canceled. Following the divorce, Coupe paid Whittinghill a monthly amount of $7000 for two years, in addition to a one-time payment of over $300,000.


There have been no reports of any alimonies claimed from Coupe’s second divorce.

Coupe currently has a steady role on Quantico alongside Indian actress Priyanka Chopra. She plays FBI agent Hannah Wyland in the ABC thriller.

She is also known for her appearance in


in its final seasons as Denise Mahoney. She is also working on

Future Man

, a series broadcast on Hulu, in which she plays the title role of Tiger.