NewsUS media: Zoë Kravitz and Karl Glusman divorced

US media: Zoë Kravitz and Karl Glusman divorced

The marriage of the two actors did not last long. Now it's official: The two are separated again.

Los Angeles / New York – Actors Zoë Kravitz (32) and Karl Glusman (33) are officially divorced, according to media reports. A judge in New York had complied with the request, reported "" and other US media on Thursday, citing court documents.

The 32-year-old actress ("Big Little Lies", "Mad Max: Fury Road") filed for divorce last December.

Kravitz and Glusman ("Love", "Greyhound – Battle in the Atlantic") met in 2016 and married in June 2019. The wedding took place in Paris in the house of rock singer Lenny Kravitz. Zoë is the US star's only child from his marriage to actress Lisa Bonet.

Kravitz, who most recently appeared in front of the camera alongside Robert Pattinson for "The Batman" as Catwoman, is planning her directorial debut with the thriller "Pussy Island". The project with leading actor Channing Tatum as a wealthy tech mogul became known in June. dpa

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