Though she may have had many on-screen love interests in her lengthy film career, the list of Meryl Streep exes is not very long. There are only two major Meryl Streep relationships. The serial monogamist keeps her personal relationships private.
So, who has Meryl Streep dated? One former Meryl Streep boyfriend is John Cazale. She dated her Deer Hunter co-star for two years in the late-1970s. Cazale passed away from cancer on March 12, 1978. "The death is still very much with me. It has forced me to confront my own mortality, and once you do that, you look at things differently," Meryl Streep said in a 1979 interview.
Meryl Streep married Don Gummer in 1978. They have four children together.
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Meryl Streep has been married to Don Gummer since 1978. They have four children together, Henry Wolfe (born 1979), Mamie (born 1983), Grace (born 1986), and Louisa (born 1991).
Don Gummer is an American sculptor. His early work concentrated on table-top and wall-mounted sculpture, but in the mid-1980s he shifted his interest to large free-standing works, often in bronze. In the 1990s he added a variety of other materials, such as stainless steel, aluminum and stained glass. His interest in large outdoor works also led him to an interest in public art. He is the husband of acclaimed actress Meryl Streep. ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: Louisville, Kentuckysee more on Don Gummer
Meryl Streep dated her Deer Hunter co-star John Cazale for two years in the late-1970s. Cazale passed away from cancer on March 12, 1978.
"The death is still very much with me. It has forced me to confront my own mortality, and once you do that, you look at things differently," she said in a 1979 interview.
John Holland Cazale was an American actor. He appeared in five films during his six-year career, each nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture: The Godfather, The Conversation, The Godfather Part II, Dog Day Afternoon, and The Deer Hunter. He appeared in archival footage in The Godfather Part III, also nominated for Best Picture, making him the only actor to have this multi-film distinction. From his start as an acclaimed theater actor, he became one of Hollywood's premier character actors, starting with his iconic role as the doomed, weak-minded Fredo Corleone, opposite longtime friend, Al Pacino, in Francis Ford Coppola's film The Godfather and its 1974 sequel. Cazale chose to ...more on Wikipedia
Age: Dec. at 43 (1935-1978)
Birthplace: Revere, Massachusetts, United States of Americasee more on John Cazale