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(Sort of like Giles on Buffy.) In the old series, Leo fell in love with Piper (Holly Marie Combs), the middle sister, and the two had three children.as "the ideal boyfriend -- funny, mellow, in touch with his emotions, totally on board to follow his lady across the country for her dream job." It was confirmed at TCA that Galvin is, in fact, Macy’s boyfriend.Here are some of the most unexpected real-life romances between TV actors that you might not have known about: 1.Dominic Monaghan and Evangeline Lilly ( star Sophia Myles, DT later found romance with Georgia, who just happened to play his on-screen cloned daughter. The couple married in 2011, and have had three children together: Olive, Wilfred and Doris.We’ve already gotten a ton of information about the series -- including more detail about the characters, plot, and how this iteration promises to be very different than what came before -- pieced together below and updated as more becomes available.Basically, The CW is describing it as "a fierce, funny, feminist reboot" of the original.Hayden has since become engaged to boxer Wladimir Klitschko, and they have a daughter together. Chris Pratt and Emily Vancamp ( On the fantasy drama, Brian actually played the husband of Alyssa's on-screen sister Piper (Holly Marie Combs).
Alyssa has since married Creative Artists Agency agent David Bugliari, and they have a son and a daughter. Sarah Clarke and Xander Berkeley (, Xander played Sarah's baddie character Nina's boss George Mason.
Corey Haim dated many famous women, including Drew Barrymore, Lala Zappa, Alyssa Milano, Robyn Lively, Kirsty Swanson and Victoria Beckham.
Corey was engaged to Nicole Eggert, Holly Fields, Cindy Guyer and Tiffany Shepis, but never married or fathered any children.
has been controversial for fans of the beloved original series, which ran on the WB from 1998 to 2006.
The show about the Halliwell sisters -- initially Prue (Shannen Doherty), Piper (Holly Marie Combs), and Phoebe (Alyssa Milano), a trio of powerful witches -- remains a cult classic, and updating it for a modern era was always going to be tricky. The new series promises a more diverse, politically charged version of the story meant to reflect our chaotic times.