I think there’s a societal norm where you get married, you have a family, you raise a family, you pass on yourself to that family. In entertainment, sometimes being a known person, you get to pass that on to a larger group of people than just your kin, than just your immediate family.You’re able to, hopefully, give something good out to a larger group of people.”Clearly, is resonating with plenty of fans.
Though their characters weren't shown dating in the new episodes, some fans have conspiracy theories that Jess might be the father of Rory's baby thanks to an off-screen hookup.
In real life, however, Bledel did end up getting hitched — to Milo Ventimiglia's current girlfriend is Kelly Egarian, a marketing coordinator for fashion brand Stella Mc Cartney.
She had the sniffles during her screen test for the role of Rory, which affected her performance — nearly costing her the part.
with reporter Lynn Hirschberg, Milo Ventimiglia revealed that he originally had three careers that he was considering.
He explained, "I was either gonna be an actor, a naval aviator, or a pediatric surgeon. I wanted to help kids, I wanted to fly jets, or I wanted to just be an actor." So how did he decide which of these (very, very, very) different paths to pursue?
He says "acting kind of took over" when he entered the business at age 18.
But there's a lot you may not know about the real-life Ventimiglia, from his early days as a teen actor to his current life as a vegetarian with a non-famous girlfriend and secret tattoos. When Mara Casey and Jami Rudofsky first got their assignment to find someone to play Jess Mariano for show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, they summoned Ventimiglia, who they already knew, and sent him right to the producers.
Casey told , "Milo seemed completely right as the bad-boy description [Amy] wanted." He sailed through the casting, unlike costar Alexis Bledel.
Milo Ventimiglia is a repeat offender when it comes to dipping in the co-worker pool.
The “This Is Us” star dated co-stars Alexis Bledel (“Gilmore Girls”) and Hayden Panettiere (“Heroes”), but in hindsight has learned a thing or two about mixing business with pleasure. Porter when asked what he learned from his experience.
There are things that happen to you in your life that shape who you are. It wasn’t until my mid to late twenties that the job wears on you, relationships wear on you."That's not to say that his time with Hayden was all bad, though.