Any therapist or religious leader will say that the first year is the toughest as people adjust to each other’s habits and routines.
But that hasn’t stopped many celebrity couples from divorcing each other after less than a year.
I had a chance to sit down with Kattan in person while out at the TCA Press Tour in Los Angeles (along with executive producer Belisa Balaban), and we talked about his work on “SNL” and in “Monkeybone” and “House on Haunted Hill,” as well as his interest in playing Buster Keaton in a future film project, but, mostly, we talked about “Bollywood Hero.” The guy’s really excited about it, and it’s hard to blame him, but you’ll definitely notice a trend where he brings any and every topic of conversation back to his latest project. Coming from “SNL,” there’s a lot of funny characters and stuff like that, but just being myself in these situations could be a lot of fun. It’s one of those things where it’s not timing that we planned, but it just happened, and sometimes those are the best things.
BE: Yeah, I’ve only really been out here for work, it seems like, so I don’t really get to do a whole lot, but I’m planning to head over to Largo on Friday night. BE: Yeah, I’ve never seen Jon Brion, but I’ve been a fan since the Grays. And that really appealed to me, because that’s just funny.
But Bollywood still makes those kinds of films, so that appeals to me much more, and I get caught up…I don’t know I get caught up exactly, but I go to Bollywood and get caught up in that business there.
I saw a play there, at Largo, that Paul (Thomas Anderson) did there, with Maya (Rudolph) and Fred Armisen. CK: Now, do you want this (the recorder) closer to her, too? But the people here and the agents don’t quite get that, but they don’t want to hurt my feelings.
The 46-year-old former Saturday Night Live actor is paired with Witney Carson and she is so young that she had no clue who he is when they first met.
Chris Kattan and Sunshine Tutt were only married for 59 days -- but that doesn't mean she isn't going home with a nice consolation prize. It’s much more comfortable than the old Largo…although I’ve heard from some musicians that the acoustics aren’t necessarily as good. And I believe…or my character does…that I could be a real romantic hero, that I could roll around in the grass with women and make love to them, and I’d look at their face for hours, and they ‘d fall in love with me; I’d be in the magazines and on the covers, and be an action star and jump from motorcycle to motorcycle, and all that stuff. I’m a huge fan and a lover of great movies, the kind of great films they don’t make any more, like the MGM musicals or the action films or the epics, where they had actors that weren’t necessarily perfect in real life but were on film.What can we learn from serial celebrity break-ups, billionaire bust-ups, misbehaving spouses, pants-on challenged politicos and the ever-shifting landscape of divorce law? With latte in hand and clicky finger at the ready, dive in for the best in divorce news, views, gossip, and buzz – assembled below for your reading pleasure. After just eight weeks of marriage, "Saturday Night Live" alum Chris Kattan and his wife, model Sunshine Tutt, have split."Separated for the moment.No plans for divorce at this time," his rep told Us Magazine.
Sources tell TMZ there was prenup that would've given Tutt less than 10 grand -- but a renegotiation just upped the ante to a low six-figure sum.