Sopranos daughter Jamie-Lynn DiScala and her husband-manager, A.J. DiScala, have split up after two years of marriage, he tells New York's Daily News.
"As of right now, it's a separation," A.J. DiScala tells the paper, adding that there's still a chance for a reconciliation. "Anything is possible."
No word yet from Jamie-Lynn's camp. A friend of the couple's recently confirmed the split to PEOPLE, saying, "They were like Paul and Linda (McCartney) – they'd go everywhere together. That they haven't been together recently says a lot."
The 24-year-old actress – formerly Jamie-Lynn Sigler – met DiScala, 34, at a basketball game. The pair dated for two years before getting married July 11, 2003, at a splashy outdoor wedding before hundreds of guests at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, PEOPLE reported at the time.
Back then, Sigler, a New York native who began acting as a child, told the magazine that she planned to be "a young mom," but that children would have to wait, because she was still playing the teenaged Meadow Soprano on the HBO series.
Last year, in March, when Jamie-Lynn was promoting her USA Network TV movie Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss, she told PEOPLE: "Married life is wonderful ... he makes me realize that this is a job. It's difficult to keep grounded in this business, and I think had I not met him, I'd be having a much tougher time dealing with that."