The show centers on two people (played by Stuart Townsend and Hannah Ware) who meet and share an undeniable attraction to each other.
Naturally, there's a catch to this would-be love story — one of them (Ware) happens to be married.
But now his nine-year romance with Oscar winner Charlize Theron, previously considered one of the most stable unions in showbusiness, has come to an end.
The stunning 5ft 11in South African has told close friends that she decided to split from the Irish actor following a Christmas trip to Mexico and has since stopped wearing the antique ‘commitment ring’ that Townsend gave her as a symbol of their relationship.
A friend of the actress said last night: ‘Stuart is gutted but Charlize said that she realised during the Mexican holiday that the relationship was over.
— Cara Santana, Lucy Lawless, and Stuart Townsend are joining the second season Just has exclusively learned. Wainwright coming to Salem to help with the pox epidemic when he discovers the witchcraft going on in the town.
Cara will be playing a Native Anerican Indian named Sooleawa — a new love interest for Shane West‘s character — while Lucy is playing Countess Marburg and Stuart is playing Dr. At the same time, Countess Marburg, one of the last surviving witches of an ancient German tribe, comes to Salem to investigate the witches.
Charlize Theron's former boyfriend Stuart Townsend has a secret family in Costa Rica, his brother revealed on Wednesday (This picture of the actor taken last year shows him with a woman believed to be his girlfriend and their baby)'I'm married.
I didn't do a church wedding or anything but we consider ourselves husband and wife.
We love each other and we want to spend our lives together.
I don't need a certificate or the state or the church to say otherwise.' Reality TV: The series follows Irish people making the big move to Vancouver as they try to land their dream jobs, while all living together in the same house and also features Made In Chelsea's Nicola Hughes (second from left) She is now dating Sean Penn and recently told the Daily Mail: 'I was happy when I met Sean and I think that's why he fell in love with me -- because I was happy and fulfilled and had a healthy dose of love for myself -- and he's the same.
(ABC)Sometimes a chance encounter can change your life, for better or worse.
In ABC's steamy new drama Betrayal premiering September 29, it's a little of both.