CSI Cyber star Peter MacNicol's wife Martha Cummings, married since 1986, regret not having children??
Actor Peter MacNicol has repeatedly stated that he has no regrets over how he handled his personal life in several of his interviews. He claims that all the decision he has taken has turned out to be right for him. But, his wife certainly doesn’t share the same view. CSI Cyber star Peter MacNicol’s wife Martha Cummings has revealed to our sources that she and her husband regret not having children.
She revealed that even though she is very happy with her husband, she regrets not having a child with her husband. She also claimed that having a child together would have brought her and her husband even close.
Our sources report, that they were so focused on their career, they had no time to consider children. She reported;y admitted that it was a huge mistake to have thought that they could go through their entire life without having children. Nevertheless, it was a decision that she and her husband took and they had to live with it. They still love each other very much, though.
There are suggestions that the couple had considered adopting a child. Given that the couple may not be able to have a child biologically, adoption seems to be the best option for the two.
The couple has been married for over 30 years now. They tied their knot in 1986. MacNicol is reportedly very close to his wife Martha and believes that his wife is one of the main reasons he was able to have a successful career.
MacNicol started his career in acting while he was studying at University of Dallas. He first performed in theatres and broadways. His first role in silver screen came when he was hired to play the starring role in 1981 movie, Dragonslayer. The performance he gave in the film earned him critical acclaim and public recognition.
The performances he gave in 2012 Sci-Fi Battleship, CSI Cyber and popular TV series Numb3rs are some of his most well known. He has acted in popular movies like Bean and Ghostbusters II. He has also lent his voice to several movie adaptations of comic books like Justice League Unlimited, Young Justice and The Spectacular Spider-man.
The actor won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series in 2001 for his performance as the eccentric attorney John Cage in the TV series Ally McBeal. Throughout his career, the actor has won 4 major awards and 14 nominations.
MacNicol is not active in social networking sites like Twitter and Instagram. His fans hope that the actor joins one of the sites to keep them updated about the latest happening in his life as well as give them sneak peak to his upcoming movie projects.
The actor’s net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.