"It is with great love, respect and friendship that we have decided to take some time apart while we determine the future of our relationship," the former couple said in a joint statement to .
"Our priority is, of course, our daughter's happiness and well-being during this challenging time, and so we ask for your support and respect for our privacy as we continue to raise her together and navigate this new chapter for our family." David Schwimmer has served on the board of directors for the Rape Treatment Center in Santa Monica, Calif. The center helps victims of date rape and child rape.
The role made him a household name and cemented his place in TV history.
He even earned his first Emmy nomination for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series in 1995.
Schwimmer met artist Zoe Buckman in 2007 while directing in London.
Three years later, the actor-director's rep announced their engagement, and they wed in a secret ceremony in June 2010.
Clearly, the actor wants his private life to disappear from the bright lights of Hollywood.
When David Schwimmer and Zoe Buckman announced their separation after seven years of marriage in April 2017, it was made clear that their family would continue to be the actor-director's primary focus.
“I’m trying to partition my time.” One major life-change was purchasing a home recently with her boyfriend, fellow dancer and choreographer DJ Guthrie.
From questionable career moves and big-screen criticism to possible co-star kerfuffles and scandalous lawsuits, Schwimmer has gone through quite a lot over the years — and, unfortunately, all the drama has left a permanent mark on his career.
Could Schwimmer rebuild his reputation gig by gig and restore his career to its former glory?
It remains to be seen if that success will help him transition into more mature, life-action projects.
), even going as far as to say "the performance he gives…is so similar to what he does on the sitcom that it barely seems worth the bother." Despite the depressing feedback, Schwimmer continued pursuing stage work, making his Broadway debut in David Schwimmer nearly had his nice-guy reputation ruined when former charity fundraiser Aaron Tonken alleged that the actor demanded two Rolex watches in exchange for appearing at a charity event.