Gary Oldman's divorce from Alexandra Edenborough, his fourth wife, is finalized and the settlement includes a $3.3 million payout from the actor after six years of marriage.
Fox News reported that Oldman's divorce
was finalized on Tuesday, and the papers made public on Thursday. The couple divided assets, separating their "respective entertainment ventures," the news site said.
Oldman, 57, has starred in the "Dark Knight," "Bram Stoker's Dracula," "Robocop," and "Beethoven." The Hollywood Reporter even dubbed
him the highest-grossing actor in film history in 2012.
Oldman and Edenborough married in 2008 and filed for divorce in January 2015.
Oldman was open in an interview with The Independent
in 2014, before his divorce was announced, about not being cut out for marriage when he was younger.
"I’ve had a few goes at it now, so I’ve probably learnt something from the first three,” he told the paper. “Practice makes perfect. Isn’t that what they say? I’m not proud that this is my fourth marriage. But this is a good one. Hopefully, my last one."
When asked about his greatest accomplishment, Oldman said it was being a single father. He got custody of his sons, Gulliver and Charlie, after divorcing his third wife, Donya Fiorentino, in 2001.
"I have two kids to raise. Being a single dad has been the most challenging thing I’ve ever done; the hardest thing I have ever done," he told the Independent. "And so I look at those boys and how really great they are, and they are my greatest accomplishment. That gives me a sense of, you know, I’ve got something right. I take great joy and peace from that. It helps me sleep at night knowing that hopefully they’re going to be OK."
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