‘Pulp Fiction’ star Rosanna Arquette, 62, and her husband, investment banker, Todd Morgan, are calling it quits after eight years of marriage.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Morgan filed for divorce in Los Angeles.
They have no children together, so there will be no custody issues during the divorce.
It’s unclear if the couple have a prenup in place and what led to the split.
They made their last public appearance as a couple in 2019.
In 2013, they tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Malibu after a two-year engagement. At the time, her rep said: “Rosanna Arquette and Todd Morgan were married in a private family ceremony in Malibu. Todd Morgan is the founder and chairman of Bel Air Investment Advisors and a philanthropist. Arquette was recently seen in ‘Girls’ and ‘Ray Donovan’. She is directing her first feature film and has 3 TV shows in development. They are very happy.”
They have kept their relationship under the radar since their marriage.
Last year, Arquette revealed she had “enough” sex and discussed her outlook on love. She told the Guardian: “True love is like freedom.”
This is Rosanna’s fourth divorce. She was previously married to director Tony Greco, composer James Newton Howard and restaurateur John Sidel.
Prior to marrying Todd, Rosanna shared her perspective on balancing work and life, telling the Huffington Post, “I think for me it was quite a challenge to have both. I was in a relationship for a few years and didn’t work for a few years, and now I’m starting to get back to work and I’m in a relationship. It’s always about accepting the other person – who they are and what they do. I love working and I love my partnership, but I really need both. If I only focus on one, then I’m not a whole person.
Despite the split, Rosanna remains busy with her “Radical Musings with Rosanna Arquette” podcast, as well as upcoming films “Signs of Love,” “Not Born,” “Futra Days,” and “The Velvet Gentleman.”