Who Is Andrew Joblon? The One Engaged-To-Get-Married To Claire Holt
Andrew Joblon is literally replacing hearts here!
Andrew Joblon is now engaged and his new fiancée, actress Claire Holt just recently posted a picture on her Instagram. This came just months after filing a divorce with ex-husband Matt Kaplan back in April 2017.
Claire Holt initially announced the engagement by sharing the picture via Instagram where she flaunted her ring while kissing her newly engaged beau, Andrew Joblon, and the caption reads 'My heart is so full,’ followed by a love emoji.
After giving away their dating affair with vacation pictures from Italy in July, the couple has repeatedly shown off their affection towards each other.
While Claire Holt is most famous for her actress work, it is Andrew who needs a formal introduction.
Andrew Joblon, from the professional point of view, is a real estate executive at the Turnbridge Equities. He is also a founder of the company Turnbridge Equities, which was established back in 2014. Before that, the newly engaged was associated with Fisher Brothers, where he served as Senior Vice President.
Andrew, who has B.B.A with a concentration in Finance from the School of Business at The George Washington University, is also an active member in social welfare acts and is a co-founder and member of St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
Before dating and getting engaged to Claire Holt, Andrew had few dating flings as well. Andrew previously dated Kelly Bensimon from Real Housewife.
Moving on from that relationship, Joblon began dating actress Amanda Seyfried, but the couple kept their relationship relatively low-key and eventually split after more than a year of association in 2012.
Claire Holt experienced a failed married life in the past as well. She was married to TV Producer Matthew Kaplan in April 2016. However, just a year later, in April 2017, Kaplan filed for divorce against Claire citing irreconcilable differences.
Claire, reportedly filed a response in May, asking to change her last name from ‘Kaplan’ to ‘Holt.'
Think we're missing something? Do let us know in the comment section below!