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Originally posted 04/08/2008 09:00PM
Mary-Louise Parker and her Weeds co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan have broken off their engagement, PEOPLE confirms.
Parker, 43, who plays a pot-dealing mom on the Showtime series, and Morgan, 41, who plays her deceased husband (and Denny on Grey's Anatomy), were engaged earlier this year after a two-year on-again, off-again relationship.
Originally posted 02/13/2008 06:00PM
On-again, off-again couple Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Mary-Louise Parker appear to be back on – as in, really on.
The pair are engaged, New York's Daily News is reporting, saying that the two, who appear as husband and wife on the Showtime series Weeds, have been telling friends of their intention to marry.
When reached by PEOPLE, a rep for Morgan had no comment on the report.
Originally posted 12/10/2007 09:40AM
Are Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Mary-Louise Parker back on? Morgan and Parker, who split in June, showed up to the P.S. I Love You premiere Sunday night with their arms around each other and Parker, 43, even held Morgan's hand while he did an interview.
When asked what he thought about his date – who looked hot in a dangerously short dress – Morgan, 41, responded to PEOPLE, "What about her?" as he raised an eyebrow and flashed a sly grin.
But that's not to say he only had eyes for Parker. During a cast photo, Morgan playfully grabbed Hilary Swank's bottom, who took it all in good humor. Soon enough, he had moved onto Gerard Butler, who told PEOPLE, "Jeffrey Dean Morgan rubbing my ass, yeah that's about as good as it gets!"
Originally posted 03/03/2007 06:00AM
In Weeds, Mary-Louise Parker plays a housewife who starts selling drugs after her husband (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) dies. But in real life, Parker and Morgan's romance is very much alive.
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