Thomas Sadoski posted a selfie with "Arrested Development" actress Jessica Walter in May. Now his wife, Amanda Seyfried, is saying that it put him at a disadvantage.
Amanda Seyfried says husband Thomas Sadoski was not a fan of her working with her ex, Dominic Cooper, on the "Mamma Mia!" sequel.
On Thursday’s “The Late Late Show,” Thomas Sadoski revealed that he and actress Amanda Seyfried eloped Sunday. The couple kept the marriage hush-hush — and it doesn’t seem it was too hard, as the only witnesses were an officiant and their dog.
Amanda Seyfried is pregnant! At the event, Seyfried, 30, was dressed in a Givenchy black mini dress that showed off her tiny baby bump. This will be the first child for Seyfried and her fiancé, actor Thomas Sadoski.
This is the life! We're already planning our Friday nights around Life in Pieces, so ahead of the Season 2 premiere we handed over out Instagram account to stars Thomas Sadoski and Angelique Cabral, who play newly engaged couple Matt and Colleen on the CBS comedy. Based on this takeover, it looks like this cast has as much fun on the set as they do off — and as a bonus, they look really good as Legos. Click through this slideshow to see all of #Molleen’s snaps.Life in Pieces airs Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. on CBS.
Nothing mends a broken heart like finding someone else to love — just ask Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski. Seyfried, who split from longtime boyfriend Justin Long in September, and Sadoski, who announced his divorce from Kimberly Hope (his wife of eight years) in October, packed on the PDA during an afternoon date in sunny Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Thomas Sadoski and Kimberly Hope (Michael Kovac/Getty Images) Life in Pieces star Thomas Sadoski and his wife, Kimberly Hope, are getting a divorce, Us Weekly has confirmed. PHOTOS: Celeb splits of 2015 The Newsroom alum, 39, and Hope, a casting director, married in 2007 after dating for eight years. PHOTOS: On-again, off-again couples Sadoski, who starred opposite Reese Witherspoon in Wild, has a role in the upcoming film I Smile Back with Sarah Silverman, which is set to be released Oct. 23. PHOTOS: Hollywood’s ugliest divorces Earlier this year, Sadoski, a Tony nominee, co-starred with Amanda Seyfried on Broadway in the new Neil LaBute play, The Way We Get By.
Life In Pieces, the new CBS sitcom that follows its solid premiere last Monday with an even funnier episode tonight, is more difficult to summarize than it is to watch, trust me. The tale of a large extended family, the show tells four separate stories each week, and then sort of ties them together at the end, but not too neatly — which is actually a good thing, because the endings don’t feel contrived. The show separates into couples. The biggest star names are James Brolin and Dianne Wiest as John and Joan Short — senior citizens fumbling through advancing age, short-term memory loss, and an inability to remember their house’s WiFi password, which Brolin refers to as “the Wiffy.”