ACTOR, Ian Alexander Sr., was married to Regina King for a decade.
They shared a son, Ian Alexander Jr., who passed away on January 21, 2022, aged 26.
Who is Regina King’s ex-husband Ian Alexander Sr?
Ian Alexander Sr., 65, has appeared in television series such as Masters of Horror and the sitcom The Chris Isaak Show.
He was married to acclaimed actress Regina King from 1997 to 2007.
Ian Jr. had joined his mother at many red carpet events and supported her award-winning career.
“Usually people will ask me, ‘What’s it like having Regina King be your mother,'” Alexander told E! in 2019.
“She’s just a super mom, really.
“She doesn’t really let bad work days or anything come back and ruin the time that we have, so it’s really awesome to have a mother that … I can enjoy spending time with and all that.”
King, 51, has captured four Emmy awards and an Oscar, which she collected for her performance in If Beale Street Could Talk.
Her most recent Emmy award came for her portrayal of Angela Abar in HBO’s Watchmen.
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Will Watchmen be back for season 2?
As fans know, season one of Watchmen came to a stunning conclusion, but it’s not clear when or if season two will air.
The HBO favorite was reclassified from a drama series to a limited series in 2020, according to Variety.
Season one reaped a staggering 11 Emmy awards, including the one for King.
“Right now the space that HBO is in and that I’m in is we’re asking the question, should there be another season of Watchmen?” showrunner Damon Lindelof previously told the outlet.
“And if there should be another season, what would it be?
“I’m not saying I don’t want to do it, or it shouldn’t exist.
“I’m just saying, ‘Boy, every idea that I had went into this season of Watchmen.”
HBO programming head Casey Bloys said there are no plans for a second season for now.
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