LOS ANGELES – Olivia Wilde doesn’t want to share a house with her husband of eight years — the television actress filed for divorce Friday in Los Angeles.
The “House” actress cited irreconcilable differences for her split with Tao Ruspoli, whom she married in January 2003.
The former couple separated in January. They have no children together.
Wilde’s court filings do not indicate the pair have a prenuptial agreement, and the actress is asking that each party pay their own legal costs.
Ruspoli is a documentary filmmaker and the son of an Italian prince.
Wilde starred in “Tron: Legacy” and she is in the upcoming film “Cowboys & Aliens.”
The divorce was first reported by celebrity website TMZ.
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