An Australia actor and director, Simon Baker, is living a happy married life with his wife, Rebecca Rigg since 1998. And their fans are very much curious to know more about their love affair and married life.
If you are among them then here's the detail information about Simon Baker and Rebecca Rigg married life and children.
It is said that pairs are made in heaven, and it looks as if this pair really is made for each other. When Simon get married to Rebecca, he broke the heart of many beautiful ladies.
The 47-year-old star has been married to his wife Rebbeca Rigg since 1998, and the couple is known as one of the romantic couples in Hollywood.
The couple dated each other for seven years after meeting each other on a blind date in 1991. And in 1998 they tied the knot. Baker said,"Marrying her was the best decision I ever made."
One of the highest paid actor on American television, Simon Baker known as lead roles in CBS television series The Mentalist (as Patrick Jane) and The Guardian (as Nicholas Fallin).
Talking about Rebecca Rigg, she is also an Australian actress, best known for her roles in Fatty Finn and Ell Parker.
Since the date of their marriage, there is no any rumor of their divorce they are still like a couple of kids in love. We hope that the couple's relationship will last until the end of their life.
It's been seven years of their marriage, don't they have any child. Wanna know? Here's detail information.
The couple accepted the responsibilities of being parents and welcomed three children into their lives. First child Stella was born in 1993, second to Claude in 1998 and third Harry in 2001.
They have lived in Los Angeles since 1996 and migrated back to Sydney in 2005 but returned soon after to dwell in the Us.
In the year 2013, Baker was honored as a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contributions to the entertainment industry. Baker's star can be found at 6352 Hollywood Blvd. In June 2012, Baker was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science along with 175 other individuals.
In 1981, Rigg was nominated for an AFI Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for the Film Fatty Finn. In 1983 Rigg was nominated for the Most Popular New Talent at the Logie Awards in Australia.