Takers Star Johnathon Schaech's 2nd Divorce In 3 Years


Actor Johnathon Schaech, whose film Takers just hit theaters, will be joining the ranks of those seeking divorce advice in Pasadena. For the second time in 3 years, the actor is getting divorced from another Hollywood actress. Schaech and his soon-to-be ex Jana Rae Kramer ofOne Tree Hill fame have called it quits after just two months of marriage. News of the now you see them-now you don't breakup came this week as Kramer filed for divorce in Los Angeles County Superior Court on August 20.

The rise and fall of Schaech and Kramer has happened at a rapid fire pace that is head spinning-even for Hollywood marriages. The pair met on the set of the horror film remakeProm Nightin 2008 and annoucned their engagement in December 2009. Schaech and Kramer were married on July 4th in Michigan and announced their separation less than a month later. Legal documents show the couple was married a mere 12 days before splitting up. While the divorce is a first for Jana Rae Kramer, Johnathon Schaech is no stranger to high profile break-ups.

Known for his tattooos and bad boy reputation, Schaech was previously married to actress Christina Applegate, who co-stars in the Drew Barrymore comedy Going the Distancehitting theaters in September. Applegate and Schaech were hitched in 2001 and often appeared together on the red carpet during their relationship. Schaech even had a cameo in one of Applegate's films, The Sweetest Thing in 2002. Yet the good times were over when the childless couple filed for divorce in 2005 citing irreconcilable differences. The split was finalized in 2007.

Johnathon Schaech, who first hit big in 90's hits likeThat Thing You Do, will have work to keep him busy while he's divorcing. In addition toTakers, Schaech has a variety of projects in the works including Georgia which co-stars Rupert Friend and Andy Garcia. Kramer's due to be seen in next year's thriller Approaching Midnight while Applegate is engaged to bassist Martin LeNoble and expecting their first child.