Jason Segel and his now ex-girlfriend Alexis Mixter have confirmed that they will no longer be dating each other.
Jason Segel, 41, has resurfaced on the market! The actor and his 42-year-old girlfriend Alexis Mixter have split up. “This is a photo of two of my best friends. “This guy and I have shared so much life together,” Alexis posted on Instagram on April 29, alongside a romantic selfie of the two. “Changed each other at a soul-deep level. All for the better,” she wrote.
The couple started dating in December 2013. But the star of How I Met Your Mother has kept their relationship a closely guarded secret. “I could never have predicted the depth of our relationship. Alexis went on to say, “I’ve never spent so much time with another person, grown so much alongside someone else, laughed so much, cried so much, shared so much,” adding that she chose to “write” about their breakup because their relationship was still “public.”
People Spotted The Couple Back In 2018
In a rare sighting in 2018, the couple went for a romantic stroll in New York City and gathered fan’s attention. As he wrapped his arm around Alexis, the Forgetting Sarah Marshall actor exuded passion. Alexis has accompanied Jason to a number of high-profile events over the years. Not to forget the 2016 Oscars and the Independent Spirit Awards. In January 2016, they made their first public appearance as a couple at Sean Penn’s Haiti fundraiser in Beverly Hills. Jason dated ex Michelle Williams from 2012 to 2013 before dating Alexis.
“It’s strange to write about the end of a relationship, particularly when the friendship that remains is so vibrant,” she explained. “However, change happens, and we decided a long time ago to let ourselves evolve away from what our relationship had been and toward what it was becoming… It’s not easy to be in a public romantic relationship,” she wrote. “Coming to the end of one feels like walking a path that doesn’t exist. When it comes to our personal lives, we are both private individuals, and I hope to keep it that way,” she said.
Mixter and his girlfriend celebrated their fourth anniversary together on social media. However they didn’t post about it too much. In her breakup caption, she wrote, “This post is a tribute to love and friendship and those relationships that make life worth living.” “I appreciate you being my best friend, J. The person who laughs at all of my jokes sees me for who I really am and what I aspire to be, loves me unconditionally, and pushes me to be bigger and better than I was yesterday. I’ll never stop supporting you with every fiber of my being. I’ll never stop loving you unconditionally.”
In March, Jason Segel Joined HBO’s Los Angeles Lakers Series as Paul Westhead
In the HBO series about the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1980s, Jason Segel has been cast as Paul Westhead.
HBO commissioned the untitled series in December 2019. It is a documentary about the professional and personal lives of the Los Angeles Lakers. It is one of the sports’ most admired and influential dynasties during the Showtime Era in the 1980s.
Westhead is portrayed as a Shakespeare professor who quits grading papers to help the Lakers as an assistant coach. In Los Angeles, Westhead is thrust into a Shakespearean drama (of which he is fond of quoting).
Last month Variety reported that Bo Burnham had been cast in Celtics star Larry Bird. And that Segel was the second casting announcement for the season.
Jason Segel Is Best Known For His Comedic Roles
Segel is best known for his comedic roles. He has appeared in such shows as “How I Met Your Mother,” “Freaks and Geeks,” and “Undeclared.” He most recently starred in “Dispatches from Elsewhere,” an AMC drama series that he also developed, directed, and produced. Since their days on “Freaks and Geeks,” Segel has worked with Judd Apatow on a variety of projects, including “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” “Knocked Up,” and “This Is 40,” among others. Segel also wrote the screenplay for “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” and appeared in “The Muppets” in 2011.
WME and Sloane Offer represent him.
Adrien Brody, Sally Field, and Michael Chiklis as Pat Riley, Jessie Buss, and Red Auerbach have recently joined the Lakers series’ all-star lineup.
“Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley, and the Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty of the 1980s,” by Jeff Pearlman, is the basis for the show. Max Borenstein is the writer and executive producer of the film. Hyperobject Industries’ Adam McKay directed the pilot. Along with Jason Shuman, Kevin Messick of Hyperobject will executive produce. Jim Hecht is a co-writer and executive producer of the film. Scott Stephens and Rodney Barnes will also serve as executive producers.