Gary Oldman and Uma Thurman fell for each other when they met on the set of State of Grace. The impulsive couple got hitched in 1990. Unfortunately, it was all over just two years later. This should not come as a big surprise as Gary Oldman has been married four times. His marriage to Uma was his second.
Oldman got remarried in 2017 to Gisele Schmidt. This might be his last one, who knows. Oldman has been vocal for his admiration for women saying “Speaking very generally, I find that women are spiritually, emotionally, and often physically stronger than men.” Nice one, Gary.
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward
Known as one of Tinseltown's beloved couples of all-time, Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward were together 50 whole years until Paul passed away in 2008. After meeting on the set of The Long Hot Summer in 1953, they married only five years later and had three daughters.
These two proved to the world the power of everlasting love. Woodward has been nominated for three awards for her performance in Empire Falls in 2015 and Newman is a legend in his own right.
Ewan McGregor and Eve Mavrakis
It's not always actors who cozy up on set. The Scottish actor Ewan McGregor met the Greek-French production designer Eve Mavrakis on the set of Kavanagh QC. The two were inseparable and by 1995 and the pair exchanged vows. Their wedding ceremony was dreamlike, which makes sense because Mavrakis is a production designer.
In addition to having three daughters, the couple also adopted a baby in need in 2006. Their adopted daughter is named Jamiyan in 2006 and she is from Mongolia. Sadly, while they do still co-parent, the couple have since gotten divorced. Such is life.
Donald Sutherland and Francine Racette
Legendary actor Donald Sutherland met theFrench Canadian actress, Francine Racette the set of the Canadian drama, Alien Thunder. Thye hit it off immediately. In 1972, Sutherland and Racette tied the knot and have remained strong ever since.
They are the parents to three sons, two of whom are actors themselves. That's one talented family.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher
These two have a magical story that spanned a decade. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher initially met on the set of That 70s Show when he was 19 and she was only 14! Due to Mila's age, there were no romantic feelings then, even though the couple had one of TV's greatest on-screen relationships. They filmed together for seven years until Kutcher left the show. Towards the end of filming, however, there was some sort of mutual attraction but they were both involved with other people.
Years later, the two reunited at the 2012 Golden Globes. Conveniently, Ashton was ending his marriage to Demi Moore and Kunis was breaking up with Macaulay Culkin (the two were together for 8 years!) It took a second round at the award ceremony for the two to really cement things. The rest, as they say, is history. They now have two kids together.