Keri Russell and Matthew Ryhs, co-stars of FX’s spy drama The Americans, have turned their on-screen partnership into a reality. Rumors that the two were a real-life couple have been around for months but the pair were recently seen having tender moments during a public outing together, officially setting the record straight.
People magazine reports that the two actors recently enjoyed a date night watching a play at The Public Theater in Manhattan.
An eyewitness says the beautiful actress, 38, stroked Rhys’ hair as they watched “The Library.” The show is directed by Steven Soderbergh and stars Carrie actress Chloë Grace Moretz.
The Austenland actress split from her contractor husband Shane Deary in December after seven years of marriage. The actress returned to television with The Americans. She has spent much of her career thriving on the small screen, beginning her fame as a Musketeer on the 90’s version of The Mickey Mouse Club and then starring as the title character on WB’s hit show, Felicity. Russell has also has numerous enjoyable movie roles, including a fantastic turn starring in 2007’s Waitress. Russell has a big summer coming up, as she will be seen on the big screen in the sequel Dawn of The Planet of The Apes. I could watch Russell in things all day. She has an approachability, realness, and natural beauty that make her extremely likable.
Rhys, 39, is most famous for his past role on ABC’s family drama, Brothers and Sisters. He has never been married.
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