Gabriel Macht was already married to his wife, Aussie actor Jacinda Barrett, when she was cast on “Suits” as an ex whom Macht’s character, Harvey Specter, briefly reconnects with. Barrett has appeared in several other television series, with her longest-running role being in Neflix’s “Bloodline.”

Before Barrett’s acting career took off, she was part of the O.G. reality show franchise — in 1995, she appeared in “The Real World: London.” When she joined the cast, modeling work filled her résumé, but she was hoping to trade walking the runway for a career flying the skies. “I was like, ‘This sounds interesting: I get to live in London, they’ll pay me to get my pilot’s license and there will be this little documentary of this five-month period of my life,'” she recalled to the Los Angeles Times. She considers getting cast in the 2003 film “The Human Stain” as her big break, and she married Macht the following year. “My wife is probably one of the more beautiful women in the world,” Macht gushed to Glamour in 2009. He also revealed that their relationship began with “a blind date.”

Macht and Barrett became first-time parents in 2007 with the arrival of their daughter Satine, and they welcomed their son Luca in 2014. According to Barrett, her family loves to travel. “When it is just the four of us wandering in unknown places I’m so happy,” she wrote on Instagram.



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