February 26, 2021

Actor Joseph-Gordon-Levitt Now A Married Man!

Super private actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt,33, secretly married his long time girlfriend, Tasha McCauley also 33. The actor’s representative confirmed that Gordon-Levitt did marry McCauley at his California home on December 20th. It is believed that the couple started dating in the summer of 2013. The actor told Howard Stern about his relationship in September 2013, saying that his girl friend was not in show business. McCauley is an accomplished scientist. She is the founder and CEO of Fellow Robots, which is a NASA based company dealing with robots. Gordon-Levitt appeared on the George Stroumboulopoulos, in 2013 when he war promoting his movie Don Jon, and he had a lot to say.joseph-gordon-levitt-marries-tasha-mccauley_1

Gordon-Levitt has been in show business for more than 20 years, closer to thirty. His career really took off when he starred in the ┬áTV ’30 Rock from the Sun. In the movie Don Jon, it was Gordon-Levitt’s first movie that he directed and wrote. He plays a Don Juan like character, that regularly goes to church the gym, and is also addicted to porn.

On the show he said ‘Five Hundred Days Of Summer was one of his performances and one of his favorite projects. Gordon-Levitt was asked how and why he picked the Don John project. “Well I think it’s a story about how people sometimes treat each other like things instead like people. The media contributes to that, I play a character and Scarlet Johannson plays a character where the young man watches too much pornography. The woman watches too many romantic Hollywood movies, which also can be a very bad thing.”

The actor went on” My mom and dad are very much people were were active in the 60’s and 70’s., feminist movements as well as civil rights movements, and I think they raised my brother and me to have those kinds of ideas and values, and to not just think of women not just as sex objects. Even though lots of images in the media are constantly saying that.” George asked him if those were the same kinds of conversations that formed those types of thoughts. Levitt said “Absolutely like I remember as a family we always watched basketball. Whenever the cheerleaders would come on, my mom would, even when I was a kid, when I was 4 or 5 my mom would kind of roll her eyes at the cheerleaders, but not out of any disrespect for the individual or the women that were being the cheerleaders but just for the overall concept of it.

She would always say, so this is what women can do, see what men can do, there are these great skilled athletes and the women get to do this. I showed her the first draft if the script, and she was proud and amused that this is what the film is about the concepts we discussed as a kid growing up.” There is no word yet on whether Levitt and his new bride will be going anywhere on their honeymoon, this is the first marriage for both of them.

 

Donna Thomas

Donna Thomas, has a jurist doctorate degree, and writes extensively on true crime and pop culture. She has interviewed dozens of high profile criminals including Ted Bundy, Richard Ramirez, Charles Manson, John Gotti, Henry Hill, Scott Peterson and many others. She regularly appears on radio and television as an expert commentator on true crime.

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