The actors were seen walking arm-in-arm weeks later when they toured St.
A source tells the publication, "They definitely looked like a couple - and a good looking one at that!
This month, Hartnett makes a triumphant return to form in the creepy-cool Showtime series Not exactly, but it was a happy coincidence. [Laughs] You can make a lot of enemies in the business that way. and sometimes I was getting in the trunk of one of them to get from point A to point B in Los Angeles. I'd always wanted to take some time off and go home. I've heard it said many times that hindsight is 20-20. Alan Alda and I did a movie together a few years ago. One of the best things I've ever heard about marriage—and I guess monogamy comes with marriage—he said, I've been married to a different woman every five years and she's been married to a different man ever five years. We've had to learn how to live with each other at times. But we just have to learn to love each other again.
I was at a visual-arts school and did a play on a lark. But when you work with somebody every day, it's like trial dating.
After finishing high school, a move to New York to attend the Conservatory of Theatre Arts & Film at SUNY Purchase did not go as well as Hartnett had hoped for, and a year later at age 19, he found himself in California.
Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles, he caught an improbable break, landing a part in the short-lived but acclaimed drama Cracker, on ABC.