Armisen also has two ex-wives: Sally Timms (their marriage lasted from 1998 to 2002) and Mad Men actress Elisabeth Moss (they were married in October 2009 and filed for divorce in 2010.) In 2014, Moss was featured in New York Magazine, where she described her marriage to Armisen as being “traumatic”. She claims she was too young to get married at the time, and is thankful she was able to remove herself from such a terrible marriage. The two were reportedly "very flirty and talking very closely" at the Variety and Women in Film Emmy Nominee Celebration over the weekend, and even posed for a photograph together. Random Celebrity Hookups The duo were also spotted out together at Monday's Emmy Awards and after-parties.Fred Armisen has been seen with “Orange Is the New Black” star Natasha Lyonne at a series of Emmys events, sparking Hollywood rumors they are a new couple.
People were surprised, but they appear to be a couple.” While reps for Armisen declined to comment and Lyonne’s agent didn’t get back to us, reported that the pair also stepped out at Netflix’s post-Emmys celebration at the Chateau Marmont on Monday night.
and you are like the best boyfriend in the beginning, and then you become the worst boyfriend," Stern explained.
From riot grrrl trailblazer in the band Sleater-Kinney to sketch comedy genius on Portlandia, Carrie Brownstein has been cranking out pop culture gems since 1994.
The trio, which also included guitarist and singer Corin Tucker and drummer Janet Weiss, had just released what turned out to be their final album, , and they were tearing through their new songs for an extremely pumped-up crowd.
Brownstein hopped and yelped and high-kicked like a true punk goddess, and everyone there to see the impressive group, born from the Pacific Northwest’s riot grrrl scene, bounced right along with her. Today, Brownstein’s in a Los Angeles photo studio and she’s not holding a guitar, but rather a gigantic prop toothbrush.