Congratulations! Jennifer Carpenter and her fiance, Sean Avett, welcomed their first child together, a new report claims. The ‘Dexter’ star spoke on the panel for CBS’s ‘Limitless’ at TCA Aug. 10 and said she was 8-months pregnant while filming the pilot. She now has a flat stomach.
The proof is in the pudding! Jennifer Carpenter, 35, showed off a very flat belly at TCA on Aug. 10, leading us, and many others, to believe that she gave birth to her first child recently. The Dexter star was rumored to be expecting with her fiance, Sean Avett, when photos, showing her with with a baby bump, emerged in February. Jennifer, who spoke on one of the panels, even said she was eight months pregnant while shooting the pilot for CBS’s Limitless.
Congratulations are in order! Not only are Jennifer Carpenter, 35, and her boyfriend, Seth Avett, 34, expecting their first child together, but they’re also engaged, the actress’ rep confirmed on Feb. 10.
Lieutenant Debra Morgan’s about to become a mom — and wife (sort of)! Jennifer Carpenter, who played Dexter’s feisty foster sister on Showtime’s Dexter, is pregnant with her first child. She and Seth Avett, who recently became her fiance, will welcome their baby into the world later this year.
The clean-shaven killer will claim his final victims this summer. Are you ready to say goodbye?
Confirming reports that surfaced earlier this year, Showtime announced April 18 that the upcoming eighth season of Dexter will be its last. Season eight will pick up six months after the events of last season’s shocking finale, and Dexter (Michael C. Hall) will still be “managing life as a dead, brother, and a serial killer.” And just when she thought she was in the clear, Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) is confronted by a “mysterious woman” with knowledge about her brother’s past.
Michael reportedly promised Jen babies when they got married, but he changed his mind!
Sadly, one of our favorite couples Michael C. Hall, 39, and wife Jennifer Carpenter, 31, filed for divorce on Dec. 17. But despite rumors suggesting that Michael’s alleged romance with Dexter co-star Julia Stiles, 29, was the cause for the split, a new report claims that the real reason that marriage fell apart was because Michael just didn’t want to have babies!
After news broke Dec. 7 the Dexter stars were getting divorced, new details have surfaced and according to documents obtained by TMZ, they have been separated since Aug. 9!
It looks like 2010 was the year of the celeb break-up with couples from Blake and Penn to Eva and Tony calling it quits!
2010 may have been a good year to fall in love for some Hollywood stars, but for others it was anything but! Young Hollywood couples like Blake Lively and Penn Badgley and Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron as well as married pairs such as Sandra Bullock and Jesse James and Courteney Cox and David Arquette all called it quits — be it amicable or anything but! Take a look at our gallery of the 21 most shocking break-ups and let us know which split surprised you most!
The Dexter duo are divorcing — but here’s how they can keep it civil on set!
Falling in love with a guy you work with seems like the perfect situation: you’re always at work, as is he, so you’ll always see one another. Fantastic! But what happens when your love suddenly dies and you’re forced to see your ex every single day, like Dexter‘s resident married couple Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall now have to do?
Our favorite serial killer might (finally) be losing his mind — and what a breakdown it’ll be!
Dexter (Michael C. Hall) may not have shed a tear over Rita’s (Julie Benz) death on the Sept. 26 season premiere of Showtime’s Dexter — but there’s a good chance you did. I did, anyway. Everyone in Dexter’s life attempted to make sense of the tragedy in the first episode of season five, which delivered everything that die-hard (tee hee) fans of the show have come to expect — including a bloody Harry-justified murder. Naturally. Read more!
The ‘Dexter’ stars and real life couple dish about what makes their relationship work and what makes having kids so hard at Showtime’s pre-Emmy party!
It looks like real life couple Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall have figured out the key to a successful realtionship — spoil your wife! Jennifer told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY at Showtime’s pre-Emmy party that the key to kepping your wife happy is, “Make sure you send them emails and cards and surprise her every once and awhile.” It seems to be working for these two!
Michael made a special appearance at Comic-Con in, and we’re thrilled to see he’s doing so well!
Michael C. Hall, 39, is back… and ready to kill again! The TV serial killer greeted fans July 22 at Comic-Con in San Diego, Calif., and the Dexter lovers were thrilled to see that he’s recovering well from his battle with Hodgkins Lymphoma. Jennifer Carpenter, Michael’s real-life wife and on-screen sister, spoke to HollywoodLife.com back in April, and she told us he was doing well after undergoing chemotherapy. “I’m really lucky,” she told us. “Michael is [doing] great. He’s really great!”
Jen told us Michael has “been so strong and even” about his cancer treatment. “He never got down about it or himself!”
Dexter star Michael C. Hall, 39, is back on set and ready to work harder than ever — and we’re happy to report that he’s recovering well from his battle with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. HollywoodLife.com caught up with Michael’s wife and Dexter co-star Jennifer Carpenter, 30, at the LOVE Benefit for WET (We Empower Together) at The Angel Orensanz Foundation in NYC on Apr. 19, and she told us, “I’m really lucky. Michael is [doing] great. He’s really great!” Read more
The ‘Dexter’ star reveals he has been diagnosed with — and is being treated for — Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Get well soon, Michael!
The bad news: Dexter star Michael C. Hall revealed Jan. 13 that he has been diagnosed with cancer. But there’s good news too, though — the 38-year-old actor is being successfully treated for Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a disease that affects the body’s immune system.
Michael’s rep, Craig Bankey, said the disease is in complete remission and he will continue receiving treatment as planned.
Dexter’s double life is starting to unravel — big time!
Hey, HollywoodLifers, are you excited for tonight’s Dexter finale? The tension has been building all season between serial killers Dexter (Michael C. Hall) and Trinity (John Lithgow), and it’s about to come to a head tonight! And as if things weren’t dramatic enough, Dexter’s sister Deb (Michael’s real-life wife, Jennifer Carpenter) inadvertently learns the identity of Dexter’s birth mother, setting into motion a series of shocking events you’ll have to see to believe. Read more