Charlie Weber Is Dating! Spotted Holding Hands With Actress Girlfriend After Divorcing Wife A Year Ago
Charlie Weber is dating Gilmore Girls’ star Liza Weil with whom he has shared a sensual, erotic scene on ABC's “How To Get Away with Murder.”
After playing a love scene in the series, the couple is now enjoying a love connection in real life. Thirty-eight-years-old actor Charlie was spotted holding hands with his forty-years-old actress girlfriend Liza in Los Angeles on June 6, Tuesday.
Caption: Charlie Weber and his love interest from “How To Get Away with Murder,” Liza Weil are dating in real life.
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A source confirmed their affair to JustJared where he said that they have been dating for a year. Later, a representative of Charlie exclusively confirmed their romance to PEOPLE, where he revealed that they are dating since last summer.
Earlier this week, Charlie wished Liza Weil on her birthday through his Twitter along with a series of emojis followed the birthday wish.
Happy Birthday to my beautiful and talented partner in crime..... @liza_weil ????????????????????????????????— Charlie Weber (@TheCharlieWeber) June 5, 2017
Charlie, who pretended to be gay in front of Jack Falahee on How to Get Away with Murder, grew close with Liza after they separated with their estranged partner's last spring.
Charlie was previously married to Giselle on April 25, 2015, in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico which did not last even for a year. He reportedly divorced his wife in March 2016, after filing a divorce in Los Angeles in February. Weber also has an eleven-years-old daughter from his past affair.
Likewise, Liza Weil was married to Paul Adelstein in the year 2006. Liza and Paul, who knew each other through theatrical projects has a 7-year-old daughter Josephine (born on April 20, 2010) together.
Liza got separated with her estranged husband after nine years of marriage. She filed for divorce with Adelstein in March 2016. Liza and Adelstein have worked together in the projects like the short film Order Up (2007), Frenemy (2008), 2009’s The Missing Person, and Private Practice (2011).