Is Lake Bell Married? Who is Her Husband in 2023?
Lake Bell (born March 24, 1979) is an American actress known for her breakout execution in a TV arrangement, Miss Match.
Likewise, Bell has also played several prime roles in movies like What Happens in Vegas, Pride & Glory, Burning Palms, It’s Complicated, A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, and No String Attached. Apart from that, she works as a director and screenwriter.
Who is Lake Bell Husband? Is She Dating Anyone?
In 2011, Lake Bell started dating Scott Campbell, who is a tattoo artist. The couple first met on the set of the TV series How To Make It in America, where he played himself.
In March 2012, on Bell’s birthday, the couple got engaged and subsequently tied the knot on June 1, 2013, at The Marigny Opera House in New Orleans, Louisiana. The pair shares two children a daughter, Nova Campbell (b. October 2014), and a son Ozgood (Ozzi) Campbell (b. May 2017).
In 2017, she opened up about the beginnings of her relationship with her then-husband, saying that Campbell got her name inked on his back nine days after they met.
“So, we had just had sexual intercourse, and I had not noticed [the tattoo] because we were looking at each other in the eyeballs and he rolled over, then I noticed it and I was, like, completely without words,” she continued. “He was like, ‘I just got this’ — so casual!”
The pair announced the sad news on their Instagram accounts, saying they will always love each other and their two children.
“After 9 years together, 7 years married, 2 sparkling children, Scott and I are ending our marriage but continuing our loving family,” Bell posted.
“With respect and thoughtful guidance, we will continue to be parental comrades in arms and best friends for all of our days.”
Even though the two are no longer together, they are clearly committed to being the best parents they can be for their kids.
Lake Bell and Colin Farrell
Previously, Lake Bell dated Colin Farrell, her co-star in Pride and Glory, for some time in 2006. The duo became red carpet officials, including an event supporting ASPCA in New York.