The Green Mile star Doug Hutchison and his teenage wife are planning to remarry eight months after announcing their separation. Courtney Stodden, who was 16 when she exchanged vows with the then-51-year-old actor, split from Hutchison after appearing on Britain's Celebrity Big Brother reality show last year (13), but the couple is giving its marriage another chance.
Stodden's manager mother Krista Keller tells Fox411.com, "Courtney realised just how much love she really had for Doug. They really love each other and wanted to be together."
The busty model and singer, who recently appeared in a PETA campaign poster wearing nothing but lettuce leaves, tells the website that she and Hutchison are hoping to renew their vows.
Newly-single teen model and aspiring singer Courtney Stodden appears to have moved on from her failed marriage to actor Doug Hutchison after she was photographed getting up close and personal with Anna Nicole Smith's ex-boyfriend Edward Lozzi at a party in Los Angeles on Thursday night (21Nov13). The busty blonde, 19, was snapped dancing with the 53-year-old former White House aide weeks after confirming her split from Lost star Hutchison, who is also 53.
"My age, obviously. I became his world. I just felt like there was a lot of weight on my shoulders. I am happy and I am excited. I feel like a little girl again, just being able to start over. When I was 16, I got my marriage license instead of my driver’s license. Come on." Teen bride Courtney Stodden on why her marriage to The Green Mile star Doug Hutchison failed. The couple wed in 2011, when she was 16 and he was 51. They confirmed reports of a split last week (05Nov13).
Actor Doug Hutchison and his teen wife Courtney Stodden have confirmed reports of their separation. The Green Mile star wed the blonde model and aspiring singer in May, 2011, when she was just 16 and he was 51, but claims surfaced on Friday (01Nov13) suggesting they had parted ways.
Now the estranged couple has released a joint statement to the DailyMail.co.uk, insisting the split is amicable and the stars will continue to work as professional partners.
The statement reads: "After two and a half years of marriage, Courtney and Doug have decided to become legally separated.
"Courtney was married at a young age. Now, at nineteen, she's interested in exploring life as an unmarried single young adult - with the freedom to explore her independence.
"Doug supports Courtney 100 per cent. The two will share custody of their precious pup, Dourtney, remain living in the same house (for now) in separate bedrooms, and Doug will be co-managing Courtney's career."
"We love each other very much, want for each other's happiness, and will continue being the best of friends for life."
News of their split comes just weeks after Stodden appeared on U.K. reality show Celebrity Big Brother.
Stodden and Hutchison revealed they were experiencing trouble in their marriage by taking part in U.S. TV series Couples Therapy, during which they received on-air relationship counselling.
Actor Doug Hutchison has reportedly split from his teenage wife Courtney Stodden after less than three years of marriage. The Green Mile star wed the blonde model and aspiring singer when she was just 16 and he was 51, but sources tell RadarOnline.com they have since parted ways.
The insider says, "Courtney has called it quits on her marriage. She is done with him and he's totally heartbroken.
"Doug knew he was taking a risk with the marriage, but he genuinely fell in love with Courtney and didn't realise how much his life would be changed after they got married. She is branching out and doing her own thing and Doug is getting left behind."
The couple has yet to comment on the split reports, which emerged just weeks after Stodden, 19, appeared on U.K. reality show Celebrity Big Brother.
Stodden and Hutchison previously admitted to trouble in their marriage by taking part in U.S. TV series Couples Therapy to receive on-air relationship counselling.
It was 20 years ago (yes, you're old) that skeptic Dana Scully first teamed up with believer Fox Mulder to investigate the FBI's creepiest cases. Plenty of guest stars joined leads David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson in the paranormal paradise of The X-Files, including tons of actors who would later blow up in their own right. We've combed through the show's 200+ episodes to bring you 13 of its most significant cameos.
Seth Green already had a healthy filmography built up by the time he was cast as a teenage stoner in first season episode "Deep Throat." But his diner conversation with Special Agents Mulder and Scully probably had a big influence on his future career as showrunner of the geek-tastic cartoon series Robot Chicken.
The West Wing star, next seen in the ABC comedy pilot Trophy Wife, plays a seismologist losing his grip in second season episode "Firewalker."
Future Academy Award-nominee Felicity Huffman was trapped with our heroes while investigating the mysterious deaths of a research team at an Alaskan excavation project. She plays Dr. Nancy Da Silva in "Ice", one of the most suspenseful episodes in the entire series.
It's no surprise that Hollywood hottie Ryan Reynolds would be cast as a popular football player in third season episode "Syzygy." Of course, it's The X-Files, so his high school reign is cut short by two flaky teens driven mad by a rare planetary alignment.
Jack Black/Giovanni Ribisi
"D.P.O.", another third season episode, boasts not one, but two up-and-coming young actors. Jack Black's character owns an arcade where video-game obsessed teen Darin Peter Oswald (Giovanni Ribisi) hangs out when not using his mind to command lightning to kill anyone who pisses him off.Tony Shalhoub
A post-Wings, pre-Monk Tony Shalhoub stars as a dark matter researcher in season two episode "Soft Light." This one is also notable for being the first episode written by Vince Gilligan, who would go on to create a little show called Breaking Bad.
Teeny, tiny Shia LaBeouf can be found late in the series, pulling heart strings as a very ill young boy in season seven's "The Goldberg Variation."
Cutie Jewel Staite has huge nerd cred, having played a kidnapped girl in "Oubliette" from season three and then going on to star in Joss Whedon's epic space western Firefly. Would that the latter would have had as long a run as The X-Files.
What was it about the third season of The X-Files that predicted the future success of almost all its guest stars? We've got another one in Elementary star Lucy Liu, who is credited as "Lucy Alexis Liu" in "Hell Money."
Bryan Cranston was hardly a nobody when he took the role of Patrick Crump in season six episode "Drive." But this appearance earns a spot on the list simply because the episode was another penned by staff writer Vince Gillian, who clearly remembered Cranston's desperate, tension-filled performance when casting Walter White.
The X-Files creative team had a knack for sniffing out future Oscar nominees. Winter's Bone star John Hawkes played a tortured writer in sixth season episode "Milagro," a role written specifically for him.
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The Green Mile star Doug Hutchison appeared on U.K. reality show Celebrity Big Brother on Monday (02Sep13) to pay a visit to his contestant wife. The actor's 19-year-old wife Courtney Stodden has spent the last two weeks living in a camera-filled house for the British game show, alongside Saved By The Bell star Dustin Diamond and a handful of famous faces from the U.K.
Stodden was offered the chance to swap all her clothing for a brief visit with her 53-year-old husband, and happily agreed to wear a pair of dirty overalls just to see her man.
Hutchison had to wait in a small room with his hands tied with rope but appeared delighted when Stodden finally appeared, telling her, "Oh my God, I don't believe it. I miss you so much, every single day."
Spotting her grubby outfit and the dowdy hairnet over her blonde locks, he added, "Bless your heart! How're you doing?"
The couple's short exchange, which is due to air in the U.K. on Tuesday (03Sep13), ended with Hutchison giving his young wife a stern warning: "Honey, no more smoking!"
British pop star Abz Love has confessed he suffers from Asperger Syndrome in front of millions of TV viewers while appearing on U.K. reality show Celebrity Big Brother. The singer, who recently made a comeback with his band 5ive, made the admission after his fellow housemate, model Sophie Anderton, urged him to be more lively during a party.
He said, "The drink's kind of messing with people, I don't really go out and party anymore. Sophie was telling me that I need to come out of my shell and really shine, it's good advice, I can't knock that.
"But what people don't know about me is I've got this condition; it's a kind of autism called Asperger's.
"It's a personal thing but it makes it difficult for me in certain scenarios when people want the sparkly bright Abz all the time. I only found out a couple of years ago so it's all new to me but I'm trying to make the best of it."
Asperger's is a disorder which hinders a sufferer's ability to interact socially and restricts behaviour and interests.
The episode aired in Britain on Monday night (26Aug13). The show also features Saved by the Bell star Dustin Diamond and reality star Courtney Stodden.
Saved By The Bell star Dustin Diamond and actor Doug Hutchison's teenage wife Courtney Stodden are among the famous faces giving up their privacy for British reality TV show Celebrity Big Brother. Abz Love, of boy band 5ive, and British model/TV personality Sophie Anderton also entered the camera-filled house during the programme's launch on Thursday (22Aug13).
They were joined by British TV stars Mario Falcone, Carol McGiffin, Charlotte Crosby, Danielle Marr, Lauren Harries and Louie Spence, former TV soap couple Bruce Jones and Vicky Entwistle and one-time Manchester United manager Ron Atkinson.
The stars will battle it out in a series of challenges and evictions to be crowned the winner when the show wraps next month (Sep13).
Actor Doug Hutchison's teenage wife Courtney Stodden has undergone breast augmentation surgery to boost the size of her chest. The aspiring 18-year-old model/actress admits the Lost star, 53, was against the idea of her going under the knife, but she pressed ahead and now boasts a size D cup, up from a C.
She tells Eonline.com, "No one encouraged me, it was all me. He (Hutchison) was actually kind of against it at first and we got into little debates about it, but I won and here I am."
And the busty blonde has no regrets about the boob job: "I just love the way my shape looks. It adds more curves and it just makes me feel more sexy and more like a woman."