If you Google the name David Sutcliffe then marriage, dating and girlfriend would be the last thing that you’ll find.
This Canadian actor is best known for his role as Christopher Hayden, Rory Gilmore's father and Lorelai Gilmore's on-and-off boyfriend, on the CW show Gilmore Girls series. He has also played the lead role in Cracked as Detective Aidan Black and appeared in American drama series Proof as Dr. Leonard Barliss.
This popular actor is usually known for his good choice of TV roles and subtle acting. So if you start looking for his dating history then it won’t be so easy to find. But we can offer you a tiny bit of information about his personal life and whom he has dated previously.
Many of you may not believe that this talented actor of 46 is married already. His killer looks and personality deceive us easily. But he was indeed married to someone. And who is that someone? She is non-other than Julie McCullough.
McCullough is an American model, actress and stand-up comedian. She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for February 1986. She also played the role of "Julie Costello" on Growing Pains in 1989-90. McCullough aged 50 was married to Sutcliffe in 2001, but their marriage didn’t last long. They ultimately separated in 2003, after 3 years of staying together. After the divorce, they continued their work in the entertainment biz.
When it comes to Sutcliffe, he is not very open about his personal life. It is not known whether this eligible bachelor has dated anyone after his divorce or not. He likes to keep his personal life all hushed up and he is not very active on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, so it is very difficult to dig into his love life.The news of him being romantically involved with anyone has not surfaced yet, so we can call Sutcliffe an eligible bachelor at his best. But his ex-wife McCullough has been in the media lime light due to her romance with other two men as well. She dated Scott Baio before marrying Sutcliffe and she reportedly hooked up with American recording artist and the lead vocalist, front-man, lyricist and main songwriter for the glam metal band Warrant, Jani Lane in 2008 after the divorce.
Sutcliffe is graduated from Victoria College at the University of Toronto. He completed his education with Bachelor in English literature. He played varsity basketball during his college days. He dreamt of becoming a professional basketball player but an injury to the knee ended that dream. While studying in college, he worked as a waiter at local greasy spoon Michael's on Bay. Before making it big in Hollywood, he starred in the independent feature film Two or Three Words, directed by Toronto-local Evan Georgiades. He didn’t have to wait tables after making debut in Hollywood as it was the turning point in his life.
Besides working in TV shows, he has also appeared in several movies like Cake, Testosterone, Before You Say I Do and others.