Nancy Wilson and Cameron Crowe's Divorce Finalized
Nancy Wilson's divorce from director Cameron Crowe was finalized on Wednesday, December 8. The Heart star separated from the "Jerry Maguire" filmmaker in 2008 and filed for divorce in September this year, citing "irreconcilable differences".
The twosome resolved their split without fanfare, using a retired judge as a mediator to end their 24-year marriage. And now the pair's 24-year marriage is officially over after court records in Los Angeles show a judge signed off on their breakup.
Nancy Wilson and Cameron Crowe married in 1986 and are parents to 10-year-old twins William James and Curtis Wilson.
Wilson has composed music for some of Crowe's films including "Jerry Maguire", "Almost Famous", "Vanilla Sky" and "Elizabethtown". She also had a cameo in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", which Crowe wrote.
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