After months of dating, Carpenter and Hall were married in December of 2008 and were divorced two years later, after his cancer went into remission.They continue to play opposite each other on the show and earlier this year there were rumors of a reconciliation between the two.“I think it’s a testament to our individual and collective commitment to the show,” said Hall about their evolving relationship.
Upon moving to America, she didn’t have to struggle for long, as she was already a popular face in Australia.
She played a CIA agent in the series ‘Chuck’ and appeared in the five seasons of the show as Sarah Walker.
Another big claim to fame was her appearance in the seventh season of the highly acclaimed show ‘Dexter’, where she played Hannah Mc Kay.
She also went on to continue her role in the next season of the series.
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