Jennifer stood by his side while the star battled Hodgkin's lymphoma.
He announced his cancer was fully in remission in April 2010, and eight months later the couple confirmed their separation, finalising their divorce the following year. Through the production, Michael got the chance to meet David a number of times, and he has said that he felt the news of the rock star's death in January like "an internal fist clench".
The happy newlyweds have been dating since 2012 and made their first official appearance as a couple that same year at the Emmy Awards.Michael C Hall has tied the knot with girlfriend Morgan Macgregor Michael, 45, has been married twice before; he was previously wed to actress Amy Spanger from 2002 until 2007, and then to his former co-star Jennifer Carpenter, from who he split in December 2010.The actress, 33, teared up onstage when asked about what it was like to work with ex-husband and series star Michael C. PHOTOS: Hollywood's friendliest exes "Our marriage didn't look like anyone else's, and our divorce didn't either, so…I said it before, just because the marriage ended doesn't mean the love did," Carpenter replied, her voice breaking. It's an awkward thing to talk about your personal life in front of a bunch of strangers, but there's nothing but love and respect [between us].Nothing." Hall, for his part, said it was "gratifying" to be able to continue his professional relationship with his ex.Annabelle Dexter-Jones — the actress daughter of Foreigner rocker Mick Jones, and half-sister of musician Mark Ronson — is dating hot contemporary artist Dan Colen, sources say.
“Every woman in New York wanted to date him because he’s also a farmer,” huffed a jealous insider.
"Ninety-six episodes in, I felt like we were all called upon to invest ourselves to bring it home," Hall said of shooting the final episode.
"There were so many lasts…It was a bittersweet perpetual going-away party.
Hall), a forensic technician specializing in blood spatter pattern analysis for the fictional Miami Metro Police Department, who leads a secret parallel life as a vigilante serial killer, hunting down murderers who have slipped through the cracks of the justice system.
The show's first season was derived from the novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter (2004), the first of the Dexter series novels by Jeff Lindsay.
"No, seriously." Then, when the host asked Hall if he'd kiss, marry, or kill Carpenter's character Deb, she interrupted with, "You understand why this is loaded, don't you?