Chris D'Elia Ended His Married Life With Wife; Has A New Girlfriend Or Busy With Happening Tours?
- Gay No
- Official Site chrisdelia.com
- YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTeIxzkL9QZ2noyLVUNfXJg
- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/chrisdelia/
- Twitter https://twitter.com/chrisdelia
- Facebook https://www.facebook.com/chrisdeliaofficial/
- Hair Color Black
- Hair Long
- Height/ How Tall? 6' 2½" (1.89 m)
- High School La Cañada High School
- Career 1996–present
- Net Worth $16 Million
- Dating/Affair No
- Date of Birth Mar 29, 1980
- Age 41 Years, 5 Months
- Ex-Wife Emily Montague (m. 2006–2010)
- Ex-Girlfriend Whitney Cummings (2012)
- Wedding Date 29 July 2006
- Divorce/Split Yes (Once)
- Relationship Status Single
- Brother/s Matt D'Elia
- Mother Ellie D'Elia
- Father Bill D'Elia
- Zodiac Sign Aries
- Birth Name Christopher D'Elia
- Profession Comedian
- Nationality American
American actor Chris D'Elia is not only an actor but is a stand-up comedian, a presenter, and a comedy singer too.
That shows he is well and indeed a versatile man in the industry. All the work that he has done thus far has helped him earn name, fame, and success in an ample amount and therefore, he is loved by many.
But, his fans must also know that he was once a married man before his divorce from his wife. But what is he up to now? Has he been dating anyone lately? Or is he just too occupied with all his professional obligations? Let's find out!
Previously Married To Actress Wife; Aftermath Of Their Marriage
Fans are aware that Chris was once in a marital relationship with Emily Montague of Fright Night. The former couple was a married item from 2006 to 2010, and the two seemed adorable together.
However, Chris and his then-wife Emily decided to walk separate paths and divorced in 2010. Without revealing much about the relationship or the divorce settlement, they bought demise to their almost half a decade long marital bond.
Chris D'Elia and Emily Montague (Ex-Wife) attend the premiere of Bad Moms circa 2016 (Photo: whosdatedwho.com)
It's sad that things did not work well between them as Chris once stated that he had some plans for having kids with Emily. In an interview, he had said,
"When I was married to my ex-wife kids were in the plan. It’s a case-by-case basis. You never really know what’s going to happen with who, but as long as you’re open to all of that and thinking about the possibility of what could happen, I think that’s the best way."
Also, when a fan congratulated him on his marital life and his relationship with Emily on Twitter, he stated that he was no longer a married man.
Over the years, Chris seemed to have developed resentment towards the idea of getting married. Even four years after his divorce from his ex-wife, he sounded bitter when he sent out a tweet which read.
"A quick way to get me to unfriend you on Facebook is if you spam me or get married."
One would guess that Chris' disdain for married life must have grown exponentially after hearing about his ex-wife's second marriage. His ex-wife, Emily married actor Damon Dayoub in 2015.
Emily and Damon share a daughter named Ava James Dayoub. They welcomed their only child together in December of 2017.
Chris, for his part, did his best to move on from the failed relationship. Interestingly enough, the timing of his new relationship coincided with his ex-wife's marriage.
Life After Emily: Actress Girlfriend & Touring
Following the split with Emily, Chris then dated his co-star Whitney Cummings.
The news first broke in late 2015, and the two got linked with one another which was later revealed to be a mating connection between the two "Whitney" cast members.
Whitney Cummings and Chris D'Elia acting out a scene of the show 'Whitney' circa 2018 (Photo: intouchweekly.com)
A source claimed,
"It's definitely on,”
The source further added,
“Chris cuddled right up to Whitney when he arrived. They practically started making out at the table. They have great chemistry!”
However, some sources claim that the star actor is single once again, but no confirmation as of yet has come forth from his end.
"Is Chris back on the market?" is what his fans wonder. He has not revealed much about his love life lately which might be because he wants to keep things far from the fans and media or maybe, he is just too busy with his touring life.
Bio Uncovers Director Father
Speaking of tours, those who are huge fans of him might know that he has got some shows lined up and you might as well catch him in a city near you.
As a part of his Follow The Leader tour, which saw him takes the stages of North American comedy bars and theaters, he was also scheduled to perform at Olympia Theater, Florida on 7th of November 2018.
Per his official webpage, Chris will continue to tour well into the summer of 2019 across the states. His last known tour stop is at Mirage Hotel and Casino located in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Born on 29 March 1980, in New Jersey, United States, Chris D'Elia is an American actor, a stand-up comedian who is best known for his role as Alex Miller on "Whitney" and the role of Danny Burton on the NBC sitcom "Undateable."
His father, Bill D'Elia is also a household name in the industry and is best known for producing and directing several successful projects like "How To Get Away With Murder", "The Crazy Ones", "Monday Mornings", "Harry's Law", "Boston Legal", and "Ally McBeal".
Learn About Chris' Net Worth; New House
The 39-year-old actor can hold his own he garners impressive big-screen and small-screen features. Some of his notable acting credits in movies include “Half Magic,” “Little Evil,” “The Female Brain” and “Band-Aid.”
Meanwhile his performances on "Undateable," ABC’s “The Good Doctor” and Netflix’s “You,” are some of his major TV roles. Also, he is the voice behind the immensely popular weekly podcast "Congratulations with Chris D’Elia.”
Not only has he earned ample respect and fame in his career, but he has also received a fair amount of money. Today, Chris boasts a jaw-dropping net worth of reported $16 million.
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Making good use of his hard-earned show-biz money, in December 2018, he bought a 5,458 square feet mansion with 3-5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Located in Beverly Hills, the property cost Chris a whopping $5.4 million. Lucifer actress Tricia Helfer was its previous owner.
The news came a month after he had put his $2.7 Los Angeles-mansion for sale.