Dennis Quaid, quien se mantiene muy ocupado promocionando el filme "Playing For Keeps" que se estrenará en cines el próximo 7 de diciembre, está atravesando una difícil etapa en su vida.
Quaid y su esposa, Kimberly Buffington-Quaid, se separaron el pasado mes de octubre y el vienres (30 de noviembre) el actor de 58 años tomó el siguiente paso y oficialmente llenó una solicitud de divorcio en la Corte Superior de Los Ángeles.
Speaking out for the first time about what he calls his "greatest mistake," Dennis Quaid revealed details about his prior cocaine addiction that threatened to wreck his career.
The "Dragonheart" star told Newsweek that he began taking the drug in 1974 and continued using it into the 80s, saying, "Cocaine was even in the budgets of movies, thinly disguised. It was petty cash, you know? It was supplied, basically, on movie sets because everyone was doing it. People would make deals. Instead of having a cocktail, you'd have a line."
Apparently Randy Quaid and his wife Evi are still “sick and resting in Texas” because they failed to make their court date in Santa Barbara, California yet again.
Judge Clifford Anderson told press, "The case was put back on calendar today when local counsel approached me with consent of Mr. Carter. But they are not here and so bench warrants remain out as they have since they were issued back in September. And this time we will not be putting case back on calendar until they definitely post bail or appear in person."