It was recently announced that, after just 18 months, Zoë Kravitz is divorcing her husband, Karl Glusman.
While Glusman, an actor, is now attracting a great deal of attention because of the media reports, this year he has been involved in two high-profile film and television ventures.
Zoë Kravitz and Karl Glusman have confirmed their divorce.
Since meeting through mutual friends, the pair have been romantically linked since 2016. Kravitz told Rolling Stone about their dynamics and how he had a crush on her, but she didn’t know how to get the ball rolling, which she called “sweet.” She went on, “I can be my craziest self around him. It’s so relaxing to be around someone who you can be a hundred percent who you feel like you are.”
They married on June 29, 2019, at the apartment of Lenny Kravitz in Paris, after getting engaged in 2018.
Wedding guests included Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley, as well as other Hollywood celebrities including Denzel Washington, Chris Pine and Cara Delevingne, her stepfather Jason Momoa, “Big Little Lies” co-stars.
They balanced each other out, Kravitz once said. Yeah. I mean, Karl has a career of his own and he has to concentrate on that, but now we’ve been together for a couple of years and we know where we are,” she said to “Elle.” “The best thing about getting married, if anything, is that you can have the occasional fight and know that neither of us is going to walk out the door.
The bond feels secure.
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But the two of them have now called it quits.
Kravitz seemingly pointed out the split on social media after the news surfaced. On Instagram, she posted a meme that showed a woman throwing a bag of trash away.
The woman was entitled “The Universe,” while the garbage was entitled “People, places and things that no longer serve my greatest and highest good.” Kravitz wrote “Mood.” as the overall caption for the meme. People immediately started to equate the divorce announcement with this meme.
In a high-profile television series and film, Karl Glusman starred in
Many individuals are just getting to know Glusman, but he’s a pretty remarkable actor. Some of his previous roles were in the Gypsy series on Netflix and the film The Neon Ghost.
In 2020, he had two major projects, one of which was Alex Garland’s prolific director, Devs at FX on Hulu. With Sonoya Mizuno, Nick Offerman, Jin Ha, Zach Grenier, Cailee Spaeny, Stephen McKinley Henderson and Alison Pill, Glusman starred in the sci-fi limited drama series. His character was Lily’s friend and partner, Sergei Pavlov (Mizuno).
He appeared on Greyhound later that year.
The film was supposed to be released through Sony Pictures Releasing, but the film was acquired by Apple TV+ because of the effect of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) on the film industry. Together with Tom Hanks, Stephen Graham, Rob Morgan, Elisabeth Shue and Devin Druid, he starred in the film.