Nancy Wilson and Cameron Crowe call it quits
They seemed like a match made in rock 'n' roll movie heaven, but alas, Almost Famous director Cameron Crowe and Heart guitarist-singer Nancy Wilson have decided to divorce.
Nancy Wilson and Cameron Crowe met through her manager in 1982 and were married in 1986 at her sister and Heart bandmate Ann Wilson's home in Seattle. After 24 years of what we all thought was wedded bliss, Nancy Wilson filed divorce papers in Los Angeles Superior Court citing the ever popular irreconcilable differences.
This was not a snap decision, as June 15, 2008 was listed as their date of separation.
Cameron Crowe's soon-to-be ex-wife is seeking joint physical and legal custody of their 10-year-old twin boys, as well as spousal support.
The two frequently collaborated on Cameron Crowe's movies, as Nancy Wilson made appearances in Fast Times at Ridgemont High and The Wild Life and composed and produced music for several of his films including Jerry Maguire, Almost Famous, Vanilla Sky and Elizabethtown.
In the wake of their impending divorce, Cameron Crowe is said to be working on a Pearl Jam documentary, while Nancy Wilson will continue to rock out with her sister Ann Wilson and their band Heart.