William Atticus Parker:

William Atticus Parker:

William Atticus Parker:

When Claire Danes and Billy Crudup starting dating in 2003 it was a thing—like, a Big Thing, because at the time, Crudup was dating Mary-Louise Parker, his partner of eight years, who was seven months pregnant with his child. And though it was much talked about—the three are fixtures in Most Infamous Hollywood Love Triangles slideshows—none of the people actually involved have talked about it much. (Source: www.elle.com)

Of course, that's all in the past now—she and Crudup ended their relationship in 2006, and Danes married actor Hugh Dancy in 2009—but we'll almost certainly hear more about this whole Thing when Mary-Louise Parker releases her upcoming non-fiction book, Dear Mr. You, which is a collection of letters written to some of the men in her life. We'll have to wait a month to read those letters, but for now, please enjoy this flashback to the 2004 Golden Globes, when Parker gave her new son, William Atticus Crudup, a special shoutout in her acceptance speech: (Source: www.elle.com)

“He’s a creative engine and likes to write and direct his own material at school,” the actor, 51, exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly. “One of his films recently starred me and his mom, so he gets all the best talent right there.” (Source: www.usmagazine.com)

Crudup started working with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon on Apple TV+’s The Morning Show in 2019 and praised the actresses. “It’s impressive to see people who are at a point in their careers where they could do anything that they wanted to, [like] retire and maybe do easy projects, but take on something that’s so ambitious,” he tells Us. “The way that they [performed] as producers and as actors is staggering to me, and so I was just thrilled to be a part of the team.” (Source: www.usmagazine.com)

She arrived with her co-star Will Hochman, who donned a teal tartan suit over a matching dress shirt. Parker and Hochman shared a hug on the red carpet as they celebrated the opening of their show. (Source: www.dailymail.co.uk)

Her later film appearances include roles in The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008), Red (2010), R.I.P.D. (2013), and Red 2 (2013). Parker returned to Broadway in 2019 to star in The Sound Inside, for which she won her second Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play. Since 2007, Parker has contributed articles to Esquire magazine and published her memoir, Dear Mr. You, in 2015. In 2017, she starred as Roma Guy on the ABC television miniseries When We Rise. In 2018, she appeared as a political consultant in the show Billions on Showtime. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


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