Who is saffron burrows dating 2016

24 Apr

actress Saffron Burrows has revealed in a new interview that she secretly married her "extraordinary" longtime girlfriend Alison Balian 16 months ago.

As if that wasn't surprising enough, the former model also gave birth to the couple's son, now 2.

'There’s no coming out to do because I've always just followed my heart and I was lucky enough to have parents who didn't impose any bigotry on me.

was one of those lovely Victorian maisonettes in Islington. I suppose you have all sorts of thoughts as a child and at the time I figured that it was a way to avoid doing anything like going on stage. was the death of [Clement] Blair Peach [the New Zealand-born teacher who, during a demonstration in London in 1979, was killed allegedly as a result of police brutality]. I have a few Chilean friends in London who have been very much affected by the way the government operated. it would be to have enough time, and to stop moving so fast.

) is an English-American actress and former model who has appeared in such films as Circle of Friends (1995), Wing Commander (1999), Deep Blue Sea (1999), Gangster No.

1 (2000), Enigma (2001), Troy (2004), Reign Over Me (2007) and The Bank Job (2008), as well as starring as Lorraine Weller on Boston Legal (2007–08), Dr.

In 2002, she had a cameo role in Hayek's produced biopic Frida. She was directed by Deborah Warner at the Royal National Theatre in Jeanette Winterson's The Powerbook.

"I don't want to hesitate and feel hindered by something I haven't said.

'I'm quite a romantic, I probably thought I would do it.' 'Also, I'm really proud of my family and who they are, these two individuals beside me. And for my boy, I want to be honest with him because he deserves it - but also proud,' she added.

'Also, I'm really proud of my family and who they are, these two individuals beside me. And for my boy, I want to be honest with him because he deserves it - but also proud.'And I want us to live a very honest life with each other, she continued.

PHOTOS: Out and proud celebs "For people in general, I think they should name themselves in whatever way they wish.

The flourishing of the gay movement in America is clearly very necessary and the identity that people could proudly lay claim to is crucial," she continued.