Josh lucas is dating
Actor Josh Lucas and his ex-wife Jessica Ciencin Henriquez are reportedly reconciling after finalizing their divorce over a year ago.
A source close to the couple told People, "Their relationship moved really quickly from the start and during their first couple of years they dealt with a lot of difficult things that many couples thankfully never have to go through." "In the last couple of years since they divorced, they've proven to each other that the love between them is the real deal and they're both completely committed to each other and [son] Noah,” the insider continued.
Josh and Jessica met in 2012 and married six weeks later.
During their marriage, they went through her cancer battle together and welcomed son Noah, 3. We have both worked hard to be great friends, particularly because we have a young child that we both truly love.
In October 2014, they finalized their divorce and he said, "We have been through a divorce and divorce isn't something I would wish on my worst enemy, even when in our case we have managed to do it amicably. We are the most connected broken family I have ever seen.” Despite their divorce, the two moved back in together last year.
(born June 20, 1971), better known as Josh Lucas, is an American actor.
He has appeared in various films, including Glory Road, Sweet Home Alabama, A Beautiful Mind, Hulk, Stealth, Poseidon, J. the son of Michele (née Le Fevre), a nurse midwife, and Don Maurer, an ER physician.
He attended Kopachuck Middle School and graduated from Gig Harbor High School in 1989, where he acted in high school plays.
He did not attend college so he could pursue his acting career.
Lucas began his career when he was 19, having moved to Hollywood after his high school graduation.
He appeared as a guest star on several TV sitcoms in his early 20s, including Fox's True Colors and Parker Lewis Can't Lose, the family drama Life Goes On, and CBS's private-eye show Jake and the Fatman.
Other projects included the horror-thriller Child of Darkness, Child of Light, an adaptation of James Patterson's novel Virgin, a tale of two Catholic schoolgirls who find themselves pregnant under mysterious and supernatural circumstances.
Lucas followed this appearance by working with executive producer Steven Spielberg and then-unknown actor Clive Owen in the TV-movie Class of '61, which follows the stories of a group of West Point cadets in 1861 as the Civil War breaks out. Soon afterward, he made his feature film debut in Frank Marshall's Alive about a group of Uruguayan rugby players who, after crashing in the Andes mountains, resort to cannibalism to stay alive.