I didn’t quite know what those consequences would be." . 10, the book will include a series of letters Mary-Louise Parker wrote to the men in her life — undoubtedly, among them, Crudup, the father of her 11-year-old son William.
I was just in love with him and needed to explore that and I was 24...
The New York native earned indie cred in the adored scrappiness of “Jesus’ Son,” took his place in a prestige drama with father-son fable “Big Fish” and was quite literally a rock star in “Almost Famous.”But age — and theater digressions, studio distractedness and tabloid headlines — can take their toll.
It came as a shock when Mary-Louise Parker, who was seven months pregnant at the time in 2003, learned that the father of her child, Billy Crudup, was leaving her for Clare Danes, whom he met on the set of their film, actress said the public backlash over the romance was difficult.
In the years since, Claire Danes has rarely spoken out about her time with Crudup, but on Howard Stern's radio show yesterday, she opened up about her relationship with the actor. Stern pressed her for more details about why she chose to pursue a relationship with Crudup, given the scrutiny she faced.
"I was just in love with him and needed to explore that and was 24," Danes said.
He has the most number of awards for Almost Famous. He later moved to Florida where he completed his studies.
He has on his hand the OFCS Award, Screen Actor Guild Award, MTV Movie Award, Blockbuster Entertainment Award, and Independent Spirit Award for his role in Almost Famous. He graduated from Saint Thomas Aquinas High School, Florida.