According to IMDb, he was also in one episode of According to Jim in 2004, where he played "golfer."
Reese told Elle they met at a party after some drunk idiot was hitting on her.
"It happened out of the blue. This really drunk guy was hitting on me, making such an idiot of himself, yelling at me. He was like, (slurring, scowling, pointing finger in her face) 'You don't know me.' And I was like, 'Yeah, I know. I don't know you!' Jim came over and said, 'Please excuse my friend. He's just broken up with someone,'" she said.
Things moved quickly!
They were first paparazzi'd together in September 2010.
Their first public *public* appearance was at a Lakers game.
Reese thought she would never marry again after Ryan, but Jim assured her: "Jim said, 'I'm gonna show you every day what a good partner is, what a good person is. I'm going to take care of you. I'm gonna do this so much that you're gonna get used to it.'"
In 2012, they had their one and only son, Tennessee.
The most infamous moment of their relationship happened in 2013, when Reese and Jim were arrested in Atlanta.
Jim was pulled over and arrested for DUI, and Reese asked the officer, “Do you know my name?” When he said "no," she said back, “You’re about to find out who I am. You are going to be on national news.”
Besides that completely embarrassing mishap, the two have kept a low profile.
In 2018, she told Marie Claire she gets "a lot of support from [her] husband" and that he encourages her to be "outspoken."
In 2019, Reese was asked by Harper's Bazaar about the key to her successful marriage. "In a true partnership, people need to be appreciated for everything they bring to the table," she said. "I have a husband who supports my dreams and my ideas. He helps me with everything. I’m very lucky."
Judging from social media, things seemed pretty good!
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