Zachery Levi and Missy Peregrym Have Called It Quits
Actors Zachery Levi and Missy Peregrym have decided to call it quits after being married for less than a year.
TMZ reported that the couple have been separated since Dec. 3. Peregrym, who stars in the ABC cop drama, Rookie Blue, flied for divorce in Los Angeles last week. Also, both actors seem to want this divorce to be cut and dry and don't want spousal support since there is "no community property."
If you're wondering why we're only hearing about this now, well, Peregrym, and Levi, who formerly starred in Chuck and was the voice of Flynn Rider and Eugene Fitzherbert in the 2010 Disney flick, Tangled, are really good at keeping things on the down low. They surprised everyone when the two revealed they tied the knot on June 16, 2014 in a private ceremony in Hawaii. Peregrym and Levi shared the news by posting a cute selfie where they wore his and hers hoodies
Peregrym did post some vague tweets following the divorce filing that asked about the healing process and gaining courage. However when fans started to show concern and responded to the Twitter messages. She wrote, "Thanks for your concern, however none of my tweets are in reference to my marriage; I just found them thought provoking."
That tweet has since been deleted. On the flip side, Levi is staying quiet about this and tweeted an interview he did with Entertainment Weekly about his upcoming game show hosting gig, Geeks Who Drink, which is set to premiere on Syfy on July 16.
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