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Steven Weber Divorce: ‘Wings’ Star To Split From Wife Of 17 Years


Actor Steven Weber and his wife Juliette Hohnen are divorcing after 17 years of marriage, TMZ is reporting.

According to the popular celebrity gossip site, Weber and Hohnen have been living separately since October 2012 but just recently filed for the separation — citing “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split.

The couple, who tied the knot in 1995 while Steven was filming Wings, have 2 sons together: Jack Alexander Hohnen-Weber, age 12, and Alfie James, age 10.

In the divorce papers, which were filed at Los Angeles County Superior Court, Hohnen, an interior decorator and former Los Angeles Bureau chief for MTV, asks for joint legal and physical custody of the two boys, as well as spousal support.

The split marks the second failed marriage for Weber, who was previously married to As the World Turns actress Finn Carter. The two separated in 1994.

Since ending his run on Wings Steven Weber has appeared on television shows such as 2 Broke Girls and Wilfred.

He was also recently part of the cast of the now cancelled ABC show Happy Town and had a major role in the TV movie A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! in which he played the villain Hugh J. Magnate, Jr.

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5 Responses to “Steven Weber Divorce: ‘Wings’ Star To Split From Wife Of 17 Years”

  1. Phil A. Lalli

    always liked his work on Wings and the occasional Defense Attorney on Law and Order..

  2. Bradley Stone

    do away with marriage all it does is make the lawyers rich, and make it so all property obtained while together gets splite 50/50 and anything obtained before marriage stays with the orginal owner.

  3. Anonymous

    Some people aren't cut out for the long haul. I think spousal support is a joke but that's California for you. 17 years and kids to boot. Wasted time with the wrong person and now the kids get to pay the price. Excellent! Losers!

  4. Catherine Miller

    Not just California. In Pennsylvania, my partner, of 5 years, has been paying his former wife support since they divorced 13 years ago and will pay until she remarries or dies. And to think of 17 years as "wasted time" is wrong, they got two great kids from the union… matter how negative and surly one is about life, that's time well spent in a relationship.

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