Conners star Sara Gilbert settles divorce from ex Linda Perry almost two years after ending their six-year marriage
Sara Gilbert has finally settled the terms of her divorce from ex-wife Linda Perry.
The 46-year-old former presenter and executive producer of The Talk has agreed on the terms of her divorce from the 56-year-old musician almost two years after they called it quits.
Sara submitted a particular verdict package with the settlement terms the former couple agreed, according to The blast.
Settled: Sara Gilbert, 46, has agreed on the terms of her divorce from Linda Perry, 56, nearly two years after they quit; the two can be seen in 2019
A judge must now sign the settlement to officially finalize the divorce.
The details of the settlement have been kept private during the legal process.
The Conners star filed for divorce from Perry in December 2019 after nearly six years of marriage, citing ‘irreconcilable differences’ as the reason for their split.
She listed the date of divorce as August 13 and requested not to pay out partner assistance to Linda or herself.
A judge must now sign the settlement to officially finalize the divorce; they are here with son Rhodes Emilio in 2016
The two have joint legal and physical custody of their six-year-old son, Rhodes Emilio.
They met in 2011 and were married in 2014, after Perry proposed in 2013.
Perry spoke to Us weekly about their split that says, ‘It’s life, man. Life happens and you witness it. You know, this is a moment in life and people will witness it and … I’ve had an incredible journey and I’m still on an incredible journey. ‘
To talk with Page sixthe singer said: ‘I love her. I love her. We have a beautiful child together. So that journey has not ended, it has evolved into something else. ‘
Sara also has children Levi Hawk, 15, and Sawyer Jane, 12, from a previous relationship with Allison Adler.
The news comes less than a month after she received a hefty pay rise in the run-up to Season 4 of The Conners.
She and co-stars John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf and Lecy Goranson have been signed for the new season, which she says will span 20 episodes. Deadline, who first broke the news.
The sitcom’s stars have made annual deals, unlike the industry’s traditional six-year talent deals, according to the outlet, because it’s a spin-off from Roseanne’s reboot.
Pay rise: the news comes less than a month after she snatched a major pay rise ahead of The Conners’ fourth season
New Contracts: She and co-stars John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf and Lecy Goranson have been awarded contracts for the new season, which will span 20 episodes, according to Deadline.
Gilbert, Goodman and Metcalf have earned close to $ 400,000 per episode, while Gorenson’s salary has risen significantly for the first three seasons, according to the outlet.
The four performers, who all appeared on the original Roseanne show, will get a percentage of the series’ back-end revenue stream.
The Conners replaced Roseanne after Roseanne Barr was kicked out of the show in May 2018 after sending a racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett, a former adviser to ex-President Barack Obama. Roseanne’s character was subsequently killed off in the series’ storyline, which remains ABC’s best comedy show.