Rufus married a beautiful Australian fashion journalist named Yasmin Abdallah in 1999, but the couple went through a divorce the following year.
Caption: Rufus Sewell with former wife, Amy Gardner (June 2008) In a matter of short time, Rufus fell in love with a scriptwriter and producer named Amy Gardner.
The English actor Rufus Sewell, who is best known for portraying villainous characters in movies like ‘A Knight's Tale’, ‘The Illusionist’ and ‘The Legend of Zorro’, has already been divorced twice.
He is currently said to be dating a Japanese-American woman, but the actor hardly talks about his girlfriend and he has never even revealed her name.
The informant gave further information saying: “Rufus and his girlfriend live together and they are perfectly happy to be with each other.
There is so much love between the couple, but neither of them have thought of taking the next step in their love life.
It was revealed that Rufus was dumped by wife Amy Gardner for she was in love with Will Rickers, a Restaurateur, with whom she got married in 2007.
Despite going through two divorces, Rufus maintained his own view of relationships.
The creeping darkness of the play was perceptible from day one, Sewell says.
Speculation is rampant that the actor best known for his roles in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, The Tourist or A Knight's Tale is expecting a baby with long-time partner after she was spotted with a prominent stomach bulge on Sunday evening (May 21, 2017), during romantic dinner date nearby his place.
Another source revealed that “she TWICE made toasts ...
In Old Times, Sewell is to play Deeley, a film director in his 40s, a part previously played by an impressive roll call of actors – Anthony Hopkins, Colin Blakely, Robert Shaw ('I had a love since I was very young for those really great, useful actors; people who weren’t personas,’ Sewell says).
Written in 1971, Old Times, one of Pinter’s 'memory plays’, is set in a farmhouse near the sea owned by Deeley and his wife, Kate.
English tabloids recently reported Rufus Sewell’s companion was pregnant after she sported what some interpreted to be a ‘baby bump’.