Jennifer Garner Age, Bio, Career, Marriage, Children, Divorced, Husband

Jennifer Garner is known as an actress and celebrity product endorser. She is most famous for winning a Golden Globe Award for her featuring role on the TV action drama 'Alias'. She was also in a famous marriage with actor and director, Ben Affleck

Jennifer Garner was born on April 17, 1972, in Houston, Texas. She was born as the girl of a chemical specialist and an English educator. She was brought up in Charleston, West Virginia, with her two sisters. She went to Denison University in Ohio, where she graduated with a degree in theater in 1996.

Jennifer Garner  Career

Jennifer found some success when she acted on the play stage. With her new confidence, she moved to Los Angeles for TV work, landing bit parts on popular shows like Spin City and Law and Order. In 2000, she earned praise for her role on the drama Felicity. The role led to the show's producer rewarding her with a role as the lead in the ABC crime drama, Alias. The show featured her as a CIA operator named Sydney Bristow. She won many awards and respect for the role because she played a strong female that was equally athletic and intelligent in her missions.

Jennifer Garner Marriage, Children, Divorced, Husband, Personal Life Relationships

Jennifer’s first marriage was to actor Scott Foley. She was in a union with him that lasted from 2000 until 2004. In 2005, she found new love when she married her Daredevil co-star Ben Affleck. During their marriage, they gave birth to three children. They had little girls named Violet and Seraphina and a boy named Samuel.

After 10 years of a loving marriage, Garner and Affleck declared their separation in June 2015. People Magazine reported that the two were trying to take another shot at their marriage in March 2017. Around that time, Affleck additionally posted on Facebook that he was gaining ground in his fight to stay sober, "I have finished treatment for liquor fixation; something I've managed before and will keep on facing. I'm fortunate to have the adoration for my family and companions, including my co-parent, Jen, who has bolstered me and thought about our children as I've taken the necessary steps I set out to do."

In the end a reunion did not occur. The two formally sought legal separation in April of 2018. In the court decision, they requested for joint lawful and physical care of their children.

Last Modified: 28 Mar, 2019



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