5 Longest Marriages in Hollywood
Bet you didn't know Denzel's been married 3 decades
By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff
Posted Oct 20, 2013 10:07 AM CDT
Denzel and Pauletta Washington: 30 years   (AP Photo/Gus Ruelas)

(Newser) – Yes, even in Tinseltown, some relationships go the distance. ETOnline rounds up nine celebrity marriages that have done just that. A sampling:

  • Denzel and Pauletta Washington: 30 years
  • Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan: 25 years
  • Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson: 25 years
  • Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick: 25 years
  • Annette Bening and Warren Beatty: 21 years
Click for the complete list. Or, on the opposite note, check out some of Hollywood's shortest-ever engagements.



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shesfireandice
Oct 21, 2013 2:03 PM CDT
This should be heartwarming to me, but many people know that Denzel Washington has been throwing his d!ck around practically since he's been married. There's been a long-standing rumor that he's the Father of at least one of actress Sanaa Lathan's kids. He's even been quite candid about his marital indiscretions. His wife Pauletta is probably a lovely woman and I don't think Denzel is a bad guy, but I'd hardly hold the longevity of their marriage out as some kind of sign of it's stability and value. Evidently, Pauletta Washington is able to turn a blind eye (or perhaps they have some sort of arrangement) to his philandering. Fairly easy to get a marriage to last decades or more if one spouse is doing whatever he/she feels like and getting away with it. Doesn't make it a good one.
JoeQ
Oct 20, 2013 4:27 PM CDT
Dumb premise really. There are loads of Hollywood marriages that have lasted longer where one of the persons was famous and the other one not so much.
Scaramouche
Oct 20, 2013 12:18 PM CDT
I'm actually cheered up by this. I must be more depressed than I knew.