One of Hollywood's most well-known actors, Jamie Lee Curtis has been wed to the same guy since 1984, although few people are aware of his identity. He does, however, also work in the motion picture industry. He holds a legitimate royal title as well. More information about Curtis and Christopher Guest, including their age disparity and the key to their successful marriage, is provided below.
Who is the spouse of Curtis?
Screenwriter, composer, musician, actor, comedian, and director Guest is an American-British. He is best recognised for his work on mockumentary-style movies like Best in Show and For Your Consideration, which he wrote, directed, and starred in.
Curtis first encountered him while reading about his film This Is Spinal Tap in a Rolling Stone magazine. She remembered the incident in an editorial for Oprah.com as follows: "I looked at the man on the right, wearing a plaid shirt and a waggish smirk. I had never before seen him. However, I pointed at him. I informed my pal, "I'm getting married to that man."
The two met at a restaurant and began dating. They dated for five months before deciding to be married.
The Halloween Ends actress added, "Chris and I have a fantastic, complicated, imperfect life, and a very real marriage. "I'll never understand why, when I first saw his picture, I felt we'd get each other. I believe there was a small secret that only I knew concealed in that smirk.
Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, two illustrious actors, welcomed Curtis into the world in Santa Monica, California, on November 22, 1958. Her husband is 10 years and 9 months older than Curtis; he was born in New York City on February 5, 1948.
While Guest was born into British aristocracy, Curtis was born into Hollywood royalty. His father, Peter Haden-Guest, was a British UN diplomat who later rose to the rank of 4th Baron Haden-Guest. Currently, the director is the 5th Baron Haden-Guest, a hereditary British peerage, and his wife has the title of Baroness Haden-Guest.
The marriage of Curtis and Guest, one of the longest-lasting in all of Hollywood, began in 1984. What counsel would she give other couples aiming to surpass that longevity?
"Don't go away. She told Good Housekeeping, "There's a recovery expression that says, 'Stay on the bus...the scenery will change. "Even though it seems like you're having a rough week, stay on the bus because one day you'll glance out the window and see something lovely. It seems to apply to nearly anything where you are now feeling sad. No, I'm not a crazy romantic. Realist that I am, I admire him. And I simply stay put.