Alexis bledel dating mad men costar vincent kartheiser
"I've known Vinny for 12 years and Alexis is just the sweetest. It is really cool." Another source added, "Vinnie basically fell in love with Alexis while she filmed a three-episode cameo.
He was definitely smitten with her from the beginning." 5 things to think about when buying an engagement ring Alexis Bledel's round-cut diamond engagement ring The couple confirmed that they were an item in October 2012, when they stepped out to a photography event together in New York City.
Clearly, they had chemistry: They announced they were an item in 2012, and got engaged that same year.
Even though their on-screen relationship didn’t end well, Bledel had some kind words about Kartheiser.
In the show, Bledel played Beth Dawes, a “hysterical” housewife who begins an affair with Kartheiser’s character, Pete Campbell.
The pair began dating last year after meeting on the set of .
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Highly possible since both her parents have Latin American backgrounds, and 40 percent of the world’s Catholics live in Latin America. In 2012, Alexis created a tweeter account with the sole intention of helping Barack Obama gain votes for the Presidential Election.
She has notably championed causes such as the DREAM act, same-sex marriage, bringing troops back home, various women’s causes, and defending Planned Parenthood. Clearly an intelligent and artistic woman, it is no surprise that Alexis likes to write, read books, and go to the movies on her free time.
He keeps everybody energized as well,” she explained to AMC last May. In one episode of the show, Luke, a cynical coffee shop owner, gave a pretty good description of marriage: “I guess if you can find that one person, you know, who’s willing to put up with all your crap and doesn’t want to change you or dress you, or you know, make you eat French food, then marriage can be all right…