THANKS to a shared passion in music, Toni Collette found her future husband.
The Staircase actress and musician Dave Galafassi started dating in 2002.
Who is Toni Collette’s estranged husband Dave Galafassi?
Dave Galafassi was born in 1978 in Port Macquarie, New South Wales.
After learning how to play the drums as a teenager, Dave pursued a career in the music industry.
His music career led him to become the drummer for the Sydney-based indie rock group Gelbison.
1月に 11, 2003, Dave tied the knot with Knives Out actress Toni Collette.
The two held their wedding nuptials at the latter’s residence in Berry, オーストラリア.
12月に 7, 2022, Toni and Dave released a shared statement regarding their marriage.
That Wednesday, the pair took to Instagram and said: “After a substantial period of separation, it is with grace and gratitude that we announce we are divorcing.
“We’re united in our decision and part with continuing respect and care for each other.
“Our kids are of paramount importance to us and we will continue to thrive as a family, albeit a different shape.”
They separated couple added: “We’re thankful for the space and love you grant us as we evolve and move through this transition peacefully.”
How did Toni meet Dave?
Toni happened to meet Dave when his band Gelbison performed in Sydney.
The two ended up running into one another when they attended the same after party hosted by a mutual friend.
直後に, they began dating, walked down the aisle, and even started a band together.
The couple’s music group, トニ・コレット & The Finish formed in 2006 and split in 2007.
4月中 2011, Toni and Dave welcomed their first of two children together, a son named Arlo Robert.
1月に 2018, the pair expanded their family further with the birth of their daughter Sage Florence.
Regarding her life as a Hollywood actress and balancing motherhood, the Hereditary star admitted to 人 that her filmography “scares the s**t out of them.
“There’s no way in the world my kids have seen The Sixth Sense,” she said of her 1999 role in the M Night Shymalan 映画.
The Oscar nominee comically quipped: “There are very few films my kids can watch that I’ve done!”