Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman Split After Thirty Years

After what seemed to be a promising and loving relationship between Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman since they first met in 1970, the thirty year marriage between the couple has come to an end. Perlman finally called for a divorce after nearly ten years of her suffering from DeVito’s womanizing ways. She finally had enough of the 67 year old funny guy with his flirtatious persona towards any and every attractive girl that stepped in his path. Despite not being the typical ladies’ man, DeVito was still able to draw women in simply because of his name and his phony promises to help these women make it big in the acting industry.

Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman tied the knot back in 1982 and since then they’ve brought three children into the world. They’ve both been extremely successful in their acting careers which both started in the early 1970s. The pair even played in roles together in multiple acting positions including the television show “Taxi” as well as the popular children’s movie “Matilda.” While Rhea Perlman is best known for her role as Carla in the thirteen yearlong television series “Cheers,” Danny DeVito is still currently strong on the screen with his role in the hit show “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”

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Both have continued on to star in many other important movie roles and will continue to have a bright future as the years go on. Perlman also plans on continuing to produce her children’s book series with her last one hitting the shelves earlier this year.

Even though the beloved Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman split, they’re still both iconic people that will continue to leave their audience amazed by their work. The pair has spent many years in the spotlight and since then they’ve been unstoppable on the big screen. Whether together or apart, they’ll still be idols to all of their viewers.

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