08:08 PM EDT 04/13/2013
Originally posted 07/16/2012 09:15PM
Alexa Vega is a single lady.
The former Spy Kids star, 23, filed for divorce from Napoleon Dynamite producer Sean Covel, 36, on June 28, after less than two years of marriage, according to documents filed in L.A. Superior Court.
Citing irreconcilable differences, Vega and her ex already have a division of property based upon a "written agreement."
Originally posted 02/06/2012 10:00AM
Santa was not kind to Alexa Vega last Christmas.
The dog-loving actress, 23, had been longing to get a puppy for over a year, but she couldn't get her husband on board.
"He wasn't too excited about the idea," Vega tells PEOPLE. "He wanted to wait until we got a bigger place because he wanted a big dog."
At Christmastime, she hinted strongly that she wanted a puppy, and he hinted back that a dog was on its way. When they began to exchange gifts, Vega's husband called out into the hallway, saying, "Come here! Come here!"
Originally posted 10/11/2010 12:20PM
She's not a kid anymore.
Alexa Vega, who plays the young secret agent in the Spy Kids movies, married Napoleon Dynamite producer Sean Covel, 34, on Sunday, PEOPLE confirms.
After being engaged for exactly a year, Alexa, 22, wore an Ian Stewart gown surrounded by mini calla lilies, cream-spray roses and orchids at the ceremony at the Homestake Opera House in Lead, S.D.
Spy Kids director Robert Rodriguez walked her down the aisle. Among the guests was Wilmer Valderrama.
– Mike Fleeman and Julie Jordan
Originally posted 07/12/2004 06:00AM
Creamy spuds, melt-in-your-mouth cheesecake ... not exactly the fare one serves while in lean, mean training mode. But since production is slated to wrap up at the end of the month for Russell Crowe's upcoming boxing movie Cinderella Man – for which the star dropped 40 lbs. – it's no wonder he said thanks to the crew by treating 36 of them (including director Ron Howard) and himself to a sumptuous meal at Morton's Steakhouse in Toronto. Having eaten there before (his favorite dish is reportedly Cajun rib-eye steak), the good-humored host knew his way around the menu and, with Master and Commander-like decisiveness, took to ordering all the side dishes that graced the table in the eatery's private boardroom, including mashed potatoes, Lyonnaise potatoes and sauteed mushrooms. And when Crowe heard that his A Beautiful Mind costar Christopher Plummer was eating in the dining room below, he ran downstairs to say hello and invite the veteran actor up to join the crew.
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