Caterina Scorsone is both Canadian and American. She is best known for her role as Dr. Amelia Shepherd on Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, and Station 19 on ABC. Prior to this, she made her debut as a juvenile actor on Mr. Dressup, a Canadian children’s program.
Is Caterina Scorsone Gay
Caterina Scorsone is Gay. In ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ Amelia Shepherd is identified as a bisexual individual. Prior to joining Grey Sloan, Amelia had several flings with men before settling down with Ryan Kerrigan, with whom she welcomes her first child Christopher Shepherd, who is anencephalic and dies shortly after birth.
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Caterina Scorsone and Rob Giles Divorced After Ten Years of Marriage
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Caterina Scorsone and Rob Giles have divorced after more than a decade of marriage, as confirmed by PEOPLE.
“Caterina and Rob are no longer together. “They are committed to co-parenting their children in a spirit of love and remain friends,” their representatives tell PEOPLE in a joint statement.
In 2009, the actress who played Amelia Shepherd on Grey’s Anatomy married musician Giles. Eliza is 7 years old, Paloma “Pippa” Michaela is 3 years old, and Arwen was born in December.
Scorsone, 38, proclaimed the birth of their daughter with a picture of big sister Eliza cuddling the infant.
“Arwen is here! Our family wishes you a happy new year, a happy new decade, and a heart renewed by love in every delectable moment,” she wrote as the caption for the Instagram post.
Scorsone disclosed in April that they had decided that Arwen would go by her middle name: “Lucinda, or ‘Lucky’ for short,” according to the caption of a photo she posted of herself holding the infant while curled up in a home armchair.
Scorsone has been vocal about parenting her daughters and how her perception of parenthood has evolved over time, particularly after learning that Pippa has Down syndrome.
On the Motherly podcast in March 2019, she explained that she was initially “thrown into a tailspin” when she realized Pippa “was going to have some physical and cognitive differences.”
Then, one day, she said, “This simple voice told me, ‘I don’t know what to do; I’m supposed to keep her safe and make her feel loved.'” And all of a sudden, my understanding of my role as a mother crystallized and expanded.
Scorsone revealed to PEOPLE last year that her family’s “curiosity” has enabled them to “weather difficult times.”
“It lends a sense of mystery to the phrase ‘I wonder what this will be? How will we respond to this, and how will the dynamic alter and change?'” she elaborated. “I think it’ll be beautiful to watch [the children] grow and develop, but they’re already pretty great.”
Us Weekly was the first to disclose their separation.