Who is Kate Beckinsale seeing now?
In January 2019, Kate embarked on a romance with US comedian and actor Pete Davidson, who is 20 years her junior.
Is Kate Beckinsale married to Michael Sheen?
The two never married and broke up after she met director Len Wiseman while filming 2003s Underworld, which also starred Sheen. Wiseman and Beckinsale were married from 2004 until 2015 when they separated.
How did Goody Grace Meet Kate Beckinsale?
The two dated from 1995 to 2003 after meeting in a touring production of The Seagull. And she was married to director Len Wiseman after he directed her on the 2004 movie Underworld (the two split up in 2015 and they officially divorced in 2019).
Who was Kate Beckinsales last boyfriend?
Kate Beckinsale, 47, splits from toyboy boyfriend Goody Grace, 23, after nine months of dating. KATE Beckinsale has split from her boyfriend Goody Grace after nine months as a couple.
How old is Lily Sheen?
22 years (January 31, 1999) Lily Mo Sheen/Age
Who is Lily Sheens father?
Michael Sheen Lily Mo Sheen/Fathers
Who was the black man in Porridge?
Tony Osoba Tony Osoba (born 15 March 1947) is a Scottish actor best known for his role as Jim Jock McClaren in the popular 1970s British sitcom Porridge alongside Ronnie Barker. He also guest starred in the first episode of the spin-off Going Straight.
What happened to Godber in Porridge?
In 1977, Porridge was brought to an end with his character of Godber being released from his prison sentence in the final episode. He subsequently starred alongside Barker in Going Straight (1978), a spin-off of Porridge in which the two criminal characters are seen on the outside rebuilding their lives.
Who is still alive out of porridge?
The character actor Peter Vaughan, known for his role as Grouty in the TV sitcom Porridge and more recently as Maester Aemon in Game of Thrones, has died aged 93.
Is Tony Osoba black?
Tony Osoba (born 15 March 1947) is a Scottish actor best known for his role as Jim Jock McClaren in the popular 1970s British sitcom Porridge alongside Ronnie Barker. Osoba was the first mixed-race Scottish actor to appear on primetime television when he appeared in the series.