Olivia Munn is moving on after her split from actor Joel Kinnaman and is reportedly dating the hunky Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers.
According to a report in Us Weekly Munn, 33, and Rodgers, 30, were spotted hanging out at Nobu in Malibu last weekend and were very much acting like a couple, stealing kisses and getting close.
Munn and Rodgers appeared on stage together at the Country Music Awards in Las Vegas last month and were seen hanging out backstage during the ceremony. Things seemed to have developed from there.
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Olivia and Swedish born Kinnaman dated for two-years, but they split late last month, though it was reportedly a mutual thing and no hard feelings exist between the former couple.
A source revealed to Us:
“They were actually close friends before they even started dating. So they’ve been able to stay really good friends even through the breakup. It’s just made things much easier for both of them.”
Aaron Rodgers is a famous and well liked sports personality in Wisconsin, where the Green Bay Packers are based, and chances are many hearts are breaking with the news the he is dating the beautiful Olivia Munn.
And even though Rodgers works in Wisconsin, he is a Cali native who attended college at University of California, Berkeley and owns a home in Del Mar, California, where he spends the off-season, so it probably works well with Munn’s work responsibilities.
Both Munn and Rodgers have had low profile and few known attachments to those in the opposite sex. Olivia’s only publicized relationship was that with Kinnaman and Rodgers has equally been low key with his personal life.
Olivia Munn is not only an actress, but a model and journalist, who has done gigs for The Daily Show. She is one of the most fascinating Los Angelenos featured in the May issue of L.A. Weekly’s People 2014 issue.
“People want to see people earn their stripes,” Olivia acknowledges. “That’s why I go for ensembles. Instead of being the lead in something OK, I’d rather be a part of something great.”
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