- Michelle Williams is an actress known for her roles in movies and TV shows including Star Dawson’s Creek and My week is Marilyn.
- She is currently married to Thomas Kail.
- The blonde beauty was famous for her relationship with the late actor Heath Ledger.
- Michelle presents her new film, The Fabelmanswhich started on Nov. 11, 2022.
Although Conspiracy stars Michelle Williams, 42, mostly keeps her life out of the limelight, her relationships are always interesting to her fans. The blonde bombshell was married twice and was previously married to the late star Heath Ledger. Below is everything you need to know about her current husband, her ex-husband, and her relationship with The Dark Knight an actor.
Michelle’s most recent marriage is to a theater director, Thomas Kyle, 44. The couple secretly tied the knot in a private ceremony in March 2020, about three months after their Dec. engagement. Their marriage came when the Oscar nominee was pregnant with the couple’s first child, Hart Kylewho was born in June 2020. And recently, on Nov. 1, 2022, Michelle is Hamilton The director welcomed their second child together.
Thomas and his wife met while working together at FX’s Fosse/Verdon in 2019. Michelle starred in the series as Gwen Verdon alongside him Sam Rockwell. Her husband was previously married to a Broadway actress Angela Christian from 2006 until their separation in 2019. And in Jan. 2020, Michelle and Thomas made their relationship red on the red carpet by attending the Golden Globe Awards together.
The Emmy-winning actress started walking down the aisle with the singer Phil Elverum, 44, whom she married in 2018. Her ex has been part of several music groups including Mount Eerie, The Microphones, Old Time Relijun, and D+. Phil’s marriage to Michelle was also not his first, as he was married to a Canadian singer Genevieve Castrée from 2004 to 2016.
Michelle’s marriage to her first husband was short-lived, as the pair announced they were calling it quits in April 2019, less than a year after tying the knot last summer. The year they got married, the artist opened up about their marriage Nonsense Fair. “Obviously, I’ve never talked about friendship once in my life, but Phil is like no one else. And that’s worth something. The way he loves me is the way I want to live the rest of my life,” he said at the time. “I work to be comfortable in the moment. I, father, let me Matilda I feel comfortable being alone, and finally I am loved by someone who makes me feel comfortable.”
Although Michelle and Heath were never married, it may have been one of her most important relationships. The late actor, who died on Jan. 22, 2008, and Michelle met in 2004 while working together on the set of a horror film. Brokeback Mountain. Sparks flew right away with the couple, their daughter, Matilda, was born on Oct. 28, 2005.
Speaking of meeting with 10 Things I Hate About You actor that The value of GQ in 2012, Michelle called it magic. “Our first meeting, the first time we met, it was celestial or something,” he said at the time. “Yes, a lot of things happened at once,” added Michelle. It’s like: we had a lot of things to do, because we didn’t have much time, or something. Tragically, tragedy struck when Heath died in 2008 of an accidental drug overdose, History. Notably, Michelle and Heath were dating soon after they met in 2004, and they made their red carpet appearance at the Oscars 2006. But soon, they called it quits on Sept. 2007, about four months before Heath’s death.
Michelle also told the site how difficult it was to have the paparazzi chasing her home at the time, because she was trying to protect her daughter from all of this. “It was driving me crazy. I felt like I was going crazy. It was overwhelming – trying to deal with what happened and trying to deal with what was on our doorstep. I just felt trapped. And it’s not just me—there’s someone else I’m trying to protect, and I can’t. I can’t stop it, I can’t get rid of it,” said the star. “Trying to find ways to explain or protect him from it. It’s like you’re trying to live your life, and prepare dinner… but the roof is off your house, and the walls are falling down.