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Judge ends Debra Messing’s marriage to writer-producer

Associated Press

Actress Debra Messing and her husband are officially divorced.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Juhas entered a divorce judgment on Tuesday, more than three years after the former “Will & Grace” star filed to end her marriage writer-producer Daniel Zelman.

The pair were married in September 2000 and separated in February 2010. They have an 11-year-old son together.

The judgment ends their marriage, but it does not address any custody or financial arrangements.

Zelman is the co-creator of the Netflix series “Bloodline” and co-created the television drama “Damages,” which starred Glenn Close and Rose Byrne.

The 47-year-old actress won an Emmy Award in 2003 for her role in “Will & Grace.” She now stars in the NBC police detective series “The Mysteries of Laura.”

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