Actress Jennifer Garner, who co-stars with Ben Affleck in the comic hero adaptation Daredevil, has split from her husband, actor Scott Foley.
The couple's publicist, Nicole King, told The Associated Press Tuesday that Garner and Foley "have mutually decided to separate."
The two, both 30, met in 1998 on the set of the WB drama Felicity. Garner had a recurring role on the show playing the girlfriend of Noel Crane, the dorm resident advisor played by Foley. They married in October 2000.
People magazine reports Garner, who was a presenter at last month's Oscars, attended the ceremony solo.
According to the magazine, Garner, wearing a delicate evening gown, left behind her tough-girl Alias image. She also "left behind her husband, Scott Foley, and partied with a pal," People reported.
Foley, meanwhile, was recently spotted at a Los Angeles fundraiser for women's cancer research without Garner.
But the two stars won't have time to mope about their new single standings.
Garner is set to star in the Daredevil spinoff Elektra and continues her role as a graduate student with a secret life as a spy in the ABC adventure Alias.
Foley, who now can be seen in the struggling NBC sitcom A.U.S.A., is set to star in Wes Craven's Cursed, a contemporary werewolf thriller about a serial killer in Los Angeles.