Jesse Metcalfe and Cara Santana Are Divorcing
Jesse Metcalfe and Cara Santana have reportedly split after a decade and a half of dating. During their relationship, they both starred in a number of high profile movies and television shows, including Desperate Housewives and the upcoming John Tucker Must Die. In addition, they were among the first to publicly share their relationship on Instagram. This led to the duo having a dog named Dexter, and even a pup named Shepherd.
Jesse Metcalfe was born in California and has Portuguese and Irish roots. He also has French, Italian, and English ancestry. His mother is Nancy DeMaio and his father is Frank Metcalfe. Upon graduation from the Williams School in New London, CT, Metcalfe played basketball. He appeared in various movies, including the aforementioned Insanitarium, starring Michael Douglas, and the thriller Astronaut. The actor also hosted a television show, the Paul O’Grady Show, when his friend O’Grady was ill.
In the early 2000s, he won a Teen Choice Award for his role in the hit ABC series Desperate Housewives. He also made a name for himself as a horror movie star, starring in the aforementioned Insanitarium, as well as the music video for 3 Doors Down’s Let Me Go. A couple of years later, he landed a lead role on the TNT continuation of the series Dallas, playing the character Christopher Ewing. He also received a lot of attention for his role in the aforementioned Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, which was a remake of the film of the same name starring Amber Tamblyn and Michael Douglas. However, the movie failed to reach a high enough budget to become an instant hit, and the movie suffered from distribution problems, despite its universal praise.
He also played the title role in the movie John Tucker Must Die, which grossed a whopping $68,824,526 worldwide. It also spawned a successful DVD, which garnered a good deal of positive reviews. While there is no word yet on a sequel, Metcalfe has a few projects in the works, including a role in the aforementioned John Tucker Must Die. Another film that has caught his eye is the sci-fi thriller Harmony From the Heart, starring Jessica Lowndes and David Duchovny. Although the film is set to premiere in February, it has already received a fair amount of buzz.
On the other hand, the aforementioned John Tucker Must Die did not receive the best reviews. For one thing, it is a remake of a classic. Unlike the original, it lacked the original’s signature comedy and had a relatively small budget. Nonetheless, it is still a worthwhile cult classic. Despite its flaws, it is a worthy successor to its predecessor, if only for its stellar performances by its actors.
Other gimmicks that have garnered attention include the movie’s “other-worldly” production and its many clever tidbits, such as the best way to get into a car, the aforementioned Insanitarium, and the aforementioned Beyond a Reasonable doubt. There is also the aforementioned “Vanderpump Rules”, which aired on Bravo.