Reese Witherspoon ends her marriage with husband Jim Toth

Reese Witherspoon ends her marriage with husband Jim Toth
Published 1 years ago on Mar 25, 2023

In a joint statement posted to Instagram, Witherspoon and Toth wrote: “It is with a great deal of care and consideration that we have made the difficult decision to divorce. We have enjoyed so many wonderful years together and are moving forward with deep love, kindness and mutual respect for everything we have created together. 

Our biggest priority is our son and our entire family as we navigate this next chapter. These matters are never easy and are extremely personal. We truly appreciate everyone’s respect for our family’s privacy at this time.”

The two wed in March 2011 and were set to celebrate their 12-year anniversary on Sunday. They share a 10-year-old son, Tennessee James. Witherspoon also has two children from her previous marriage to Ryan Phillippe, Ava and Deacon.

Witherspoon and Toth met while he was a talent agent at Creative Artists Agency, where Witherspoon is a client. In 2019, he left the agency to join now defunct streamer Quibi.

Though Witherspoon and Toth kept their relationship fairly private, the couple was embroiled in a scandal in 2013 when they were arrested and briefly jailed in Atlanta, Ga. after Toth was pulled over under suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Toth faced a DUI charge, while Witherspoon was arrested on disorderly conduct. She pleaded no-contest and was required to pay court charges, while Toth pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor DUI and was ordered to complete community service and an alcohol education program in addition to paying a fine.

In recent years, Witherspoon has become one of the most sought-after producers via her banner Hello Sunshine, which has produced acclaimed films and TV series including “Gone Girl,” “Big Little Lies,” “The Morning Show,” “Daisy Jones & the Six” and the Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher rom-com “Your Place or Mine.” In 2021, Witherspoon sold part of the company to Kevin A. Mayer and Tom Staggs’ Blackstone-backed Candle Media for $900 million.

Reese Witherspoon Movies

A Look at Reese Witherspoon's Diverse Movie Career

Reese Witherspoon, a name synonymous with charm, wit, and undeniable talent, has carved an impressive path in Hollywood. From her early breakout roles to her recent ventures into producing, Reese Witherspoon's filmography boasts a remarkable range. Let's delve into some of her most notable movies and explore what makes her a true Hollywood A-lister.

Early Days: America's Sweetheart

Witherspoon captured hearts in the 1990s with roles in teen comedies like "Legally Blonde" (2001) and "Election" (1999). Her portrayal of Elle Woods, a determined sorority girl turned Harvard Law student in "Legally Blonde," became an iconic pop culture phenomenon. These roles established her as America's sweetheart, known for her bubbly personality and comedic timing.

Dramatic Depth and Award Recognition

As Witherspoon matured as an actress, she tackled more dramatic roles, showcasing her versatility. Her performance as June Carter Cash in "Walk the Line" (2005) earned her an Academy Award for Best Actress, solidifying her place as a dramatic force.

Balancing Production and Acting

Witherspoon is not just an actress; she's a savvy businesswoman. In 2012, she co-founded Pacific Standard, a production company that champions female-driven stories. This move allowed her to champion projects she believes in while continuing to act in films like "Wild" (2014) and "Gone Girl" (2014).

Rom-Com Queen to Miniseries Marvel

Despite her dramatic acclaim, Witherspoon hasn't strayed entirely from her comedic roots. She continues to grace audiences with charming rom-coms like "Home Again" (2017) and "Isn't It Romantic" (2019). Recently, she ventured into television with the critically acclaimed miniseries "Little Fires Everywhere" (2020) alongside Kerry Washington.

What's Next for Reese Witherspoon?

With upcoming projects like the anticipated season three of "Little Fires Everywhere" and the Disney+ series "Tiny Tim," Reese Witherspoon shows no signs of slowing down. Her commitment to diverse storytelling, both on and off-screen, continues to inspire audiences and empower female voices in Hollywood.

Here are some additional movies to explore featuring Reese Witherspoon:

  • "Cruel Intentions" (1999) - Teen Drama
  • "Sweet Home Alabama" (2002) - Romantic Comedy
  • "Water for Elephants" (2011) - Romance Drama


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