Macgregor is a novelist and Los Angeles based book reviewer.
The couple was first linked together in 2012 after attending the Emmy awards that year. The 45-year-old was married to his co-star Jennifer Carpenter from 2008 to 2011.
The Golden Globe winner’s first marriage was to Amy Spangler in 2002.
Michael and Jennifer, 33, met while playing opposite each other on the hugely successful show with Michael as Dexter, the lab technician by day and serial killer by night.
“When I first encountered the character, my first question was: Is this a person who could ever be? And I think Dexter’s coming closer and closer to believing that he's real too." (On playing a serial killer, the title character of 'Dexter.')”“I think I've been preoccupied since I was 11, and my father died, with the idea of the age 39: 'Would I live that long? ' To discover that I had the Hodgkin's was alarming, but at the same time I felt kind of bemused, like, 'Wow. How interesting.'”After a few years of dating, Hall eloped with his Canadian-born novelist/book reviewer girlfriend Morgan Macgregor at City Hall in New York City on February 29, 2016. Hall's first marriage was in 2002 to actress Amy Spanger, who also starred in , Hall was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma.
] is taking it all the way back to the nub — er, the beginning! ] The first promo pictures of the star in his makeup have been released and they're pretty darn BRILLIANT! Michael is taking over the role on the 16th, as Andrew's last show is on the 12th!
Hall played David Fisher, an emotionally shut-down funeral home director who was conflicted about his sexuality and had an interracial romance with a loving policeman, played by actor Matthew St. The series also featured Lauren Ambrose, Frances Conroy, Rachel Griffiths and Peter Krause.
Hall was nominated for an Emmy Award for his work on the show, and shared two Screen Actors Guild Awards with his co-stars in the ensemble drama category.
The series has been a smash for Hall, who's won Golden Globe and SAG awards and received several Emmy nominations for the role. His father passed away from prostate cancer when the future actor was a pre-teen, and young Hall was raised by his mother, who went on to earn her graduate degree.
Hall completed undergraduate work at Earlham College before moving to New York City to attend New York University, where he received a Master of Fine Arts degree. If you see something that doesn't look right, contact us!
"I think I've been preoccupied since I was 11, and my father died, with the idea of the age 39: ' Would I live that long? '" he said in a September 2010 interview with .