Portia de rossi dating history
De Rossi and Gregorini broke up in late 2004 because de Rossi began dating De Generes, whom she met backstage at an awards show.In 2005, she opened up publicly about her sexual orientation in interviews with Details and The Advocate.In 2005, she explained she had intended to reinvent herself, using the given name of Portia, a character from William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, and an Italian last name.She was educated at Melbourne Girls Grammar School and the University of Melbourne, where she studied law.She grew up in Grovedale, a suburb of Geelong, Victoria, and modelled for print and TV commercials as a child.In 1988, at age 15, Rogers adopted the name Portia de Rossi, by which she remains best known.
I will miss playing Elizabeth North but I've made the decision to focus on a business opportunity. " Creator Shonda Rhimes added, "I have been a fan of Portia's for years and it was an honor to have her join our Scandal family." In May 2018, de Rossi announced on The Ellen De Generes Show that she would be retiring from acting, though she later elaborated that she would make an exception for future seasons of Arrested Development.
"[I knew Ellen was the one] when I first laid eyes on her, but it took me three years to actually tell her how I felt about her because I was on at the time and I was not living as an openly gay person.
I was closeted and very, very afraid that if I talked about being gay, it would be the end of my career, so I wasn't about to date the most famous lesbian in the world." that the entertainment industry can be difficult for children, who have to share their parents with the world.
De Rossi's first significant role was as a young and impressionable model in the Australian 1994 film Sirens. That same year, she portrayed an Australian reporter who inspires a protest against Frank Sinatra during a concert tour in The Night We Called It a Day.
Soon afterward, she moved to Los Angeles and won guest roles on several TV shows and a permanent role in Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher, before landing a part in the film Scream 2. From 2003–06, de Rossi starred as Lindsay Bluth Fünke on Fox Television's Arrested Development. Kennedy, Jr.'s wife, Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, in the made-for-TV movie America's Prince: The John F. In 2005 de Rossi portrayed Zela, a fortune-teller, in the Wes Craven thriller Cursed.