He looked gaunt at the Golden Globes ceremony when he accepted his award for his role as Dexter.
Nobody slandering the other, no hostility, but for all appearances simply a transition back into friendship. Julia has denied those allegations and there doesn’t seem to be any solid evidence for this.Meeting and getting married whilst being co-stars is not overly unusual.It does happen, but perhaps a little less on TV shows than on movie sets. Jennifer Carpenter just filed her petition for divorce this afternoon from her "Dexter" co-star Michael C. but it turns out they've been separated for a long time.According to the document, the date of separation is listed as August 9, 2010. Carpenter is also asking for spousal support and for attorney's fees. Julia Stiles -- who guest starred on "Dexter" this season and is rumored to have gotten "close" to Hall -- just issued a statement saying they're just "good friends" and she's not the cause of the breakup.Their divorce was finalized in December 2011 and the exes continued to work together on Dexter.And that is precisely what makes them so unique as an ex-couple.Hall was nominated for an Emmy Award for his work on the show, and shared two Screen Actors Guild Awards with his co-stars in the ensemble drama category.In 2006, Hall continued his cable TV work with the Showtime series , written by Jeff Lindsay. Hall began establishing a stellar reputation as an off-Broadway thespian via the New York Shakespeare Festival and Joe's Pub, in productions like .It is very well possible that the outing they had been photographed at was merely a get-together of friends; because they did drive off in separate cars after meeting.Whilst they seemed happy and at ease with one another, they were affectionate but not overly intimate with each other.