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Her second marriage, to Tenney, was so lacking in warmth that Hatcher claims to know precisely when their eight-year-old daughter, Emerson, was conceived: "We had sex once that year, on Valentine's Day," she says.
There has been speculation that she was so unhappy that she suffered from an eating disorder.
The rep declined to reveal the details of the role.
But sources tell TVLine, which broke the casting, that Tenney will be a (spoiler alert) romantic interest for the First Lady, Mellie Grant (Bellamy Young), during the upcoming second half of Season 3.
But the star - an American size two, smaller than a British size six - insists she is naturally skinny.
"I am not nor have I ever been anorexic," she writes. "A week later, he called and said, 'I thought you deserved to know that I got back together with my ex-girlfriend.'" Now alone again, her success in Desperate Housewives has made her financially secure for life.
After they finally divorced, in 2004, she says she looked forward to being a liberated singleton but instead is lonelier than ever.
The actress, who plays a man-hungry single mother in the TV drama, also reveals in a poignant autobiography that her nine-year marriage to an actor was passionless and largely platonic.To say we HIGHLY recommend this fantastic film is putting it lightly. @GPUnscripted host @Daniel BBeaty led a Q & A w/ @Michael Mayer DIR #Annette Bening @Jon Tenney & @Tom Hulce pic.twitter.com/if GQtvj DKw “...I never intend to become adjusted to segregation and discrimination."I've never lost or gained significant weight except when I was pregnant." After her second divorce, she embarked on an unconventional and perhaps inevitably doomed self-help course, trying to 'turn on' the sensuality she felt she was lacking. At a strip club, she accepted the offer of a lap dance with a 20-year-old blonde called Pearl.
Also read: ‘Scandal’ Episode Order Reduced by ABC Tenney most recently played Agent Fritz Howard on TNT’s “Major Crimes” “The Closer.” Before that, he appeared in the title role of Sean King on the network’s “King & Maxwell.” His credits also include HBO’s “The Newsroom” and ABC’s “Brothers and Sisters.” The casting news arrives just hours after ABC confirmed it had cut it’s order from 22 to 18 episodes for the current season.