People on earth have varied perception about love, relationship, and marriage. Ones' thinking towards a romantic life may take a drastic turn being influenced by the environment and people living nearby. American actress Robin Weigert who gained wide recognition playing the role of a lesbian housewife in the 2013 movie 'Concussion', has her own view regarding a married life and how it changes over time.
Every People have the different perception of love, relationship, and marriage. Ones' thought towards the relationship is usually influenced by the environment and people living nearby. American actress Robin Weigert who gained wide recognition playing the role of a lesbian housewife in the 2013 movie 'Concussion', has her own view regarding a marriage and how it changes over time.
Is the beautiful actress married to someone? What is her relationship status? It is time to find out.
Robin Weigert; Is She Married? Know About Her Perception On Marriage
Robin Weigert, 49, is known for her versatile roles in movies. She is best recognized as Calamity Jane on the famous HBO series Deadwood in 2004.
Besides all the stardom, she's always maintained a low-key personal life. She's never revealed whether she's a married woman or still dating someone special.
Robin Weigert has kept her personal life under wrap
Source: TV Line
Despite being very much secretive about her dating life, she described her view on how a husband change once they cross their middle age.
"I think that’s what happens to a lot of people in the middle of their lives, especially when they are entrenched in a marriage that deeply doesn’t fulfill them in some way but they think they love. That’s pretty much any marriage [laughs] along the way. It’s very rare indeed that two people can meet each other’s deepest needs for the whole long haul, of a long, long marriage. Especially when there are children in the mix."
"You don’t say, well, of course, a man hits middle age and he always wants to run off with the secretary because how can a wife possibly be there for him sexually. Or a woman hits middle age and her husband isn’t paying enough attention to her, so she goes off and finds a man because she needs validation."
Weigert might have seen such scenario around her and that's making her think about marriage in general. After all, the trend of extramarital affairs and leaving the wife for the sake of another woman is quite common around us.
The woman, then, has no other option to choose another companion in life and move forward.
Well, we would love to see a man in her life who will change her view towards love and relationship.
Robin Weigert Played The Lesbian Housewife In 'Concussion'
Weigert has made the industry proud from her roles in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Mentalist, Chicago Fire and Big Little Lies.
But it is her role as Abby, a suburban lesbian housewife in 'Concussion' that propelled her into the spotlight like never before. It is all about stepping outside of a married life into a whole new world.
Concussion Lesbian couple Robin Weigert and Maggie Siff
"There’s an amazing journey there. From the very disassociated state at the beginning to this full return into her body, and then whatever the grappling with the consequences would be. I love how that is left as an open-ended thing. And I love how far outside the box she goes in a way but also how she’s seemingly she’s just putting one foot in front of the other."
Further, she played in Grey's Anatomy alongside Chandra Wilson, Isaiah Washington, Patrick Dempsey, Kate Walsh, and Sara Ramirez in 2011.
Some of her recent TV roles include Fearless and Dietland.
Robin Weigert: Quick Facts
Source: Hollywood Reporter
- Born on 7 July 1969 in Washington, D.C. to the family of Berlin-born Wolfgang Oscar Weigert and Dionne Laufman.
- She completed graduation from Brandeis University in 1991.
- She completed Masters of Fine Arts in the Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts.
- She is best known for playing the role of Calamity Jan on the HBO series Deadwood for which she received Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
- She played the recurring role on Chicago P.D. in 2014.