Jennifer Esposito, Bradley Cooper Dissolve Marriage
A prenup took care of the spousal support question
Jennifer Esposito and Bradley Cooper signed dissolution of marriage papers Friday, Aug. 24, reports "Extra." According to the court papers, the couple can't remarry "until the effective date of the termination ... November 10, 2007."
Under the terms of their prenuptial agreement, there will be no spousal support since "each party forever waives any right to receive spousal support from the other party."
Cooper, 32, and Esposito, 34, were good about keeping their romance quiet. After dating under the radar for a little over a year, they announced their engagement last October and then tied the knot on Dec. 30 to very little fanfare. In May, Esposito filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences.
Cooper is best known as all-around good guy and platonic friend Will Tippin on "Alias" and starred in a short-lived sitcom of his own, "Kitchen Confidential." His big screen credits include "Wet Hot American Summer," "Wedding Crashers" and "Failure to Launch."
Esposito starred with the rest of the star-studded ensemble in the Oscar-winning "Crash." She starred opposite Michael J. Fox on the '90s sitcom "Spin City," had a recurring role on "Judging Amy" and starred in the short-lived WB series "Related." She next stars as the best friend of Christina Applegate's character, a woman with amnesia, in ABC's fall comedy "Samantha Who?"