After 13 years of marriage, Cam Gigandet and Dominique Nicole Geisendorff are divorcing. On Monday, August 1, Dominique, 37, filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences as the cause of the breakup.
The court records state that the separation occurred on May 1st. Dominique has petitioned the court to stop Cam, 39, from requesting financial support from her and is also seeking spousal support. Dominique has also requested joint legal custody of their three kids.
The fact that Cam and Dominique supposedly do not follow one another on social media should be mentioned at this point. With the exception of two family photos in which they are posed with their children wearing snow gear and in front of a Christmas tree, the latter has similarly erased everything relating to her ex-husband.
Who is Dominique Geisendorff? All about Cam Gigandet’s wife as she files for divorce from Twilight star
Dominique Nicole Geisendorff, who was born on November 1st, 1984, in New Orleans, Louisiana, first worked as a waiter before becoming an actress. In 2007’s Beneath the Surface, she made an appearance.
She became well-known for being Cam Gigandet’s wife. Her projected $3 million net worth is low. Her main source of income has been her employment as an actress.
After dating for two years, Cam and Dominique got married in 2008. Everleigh Ray, their first child, was born to them in April 2009. Their son, Rekker Radley, was born in January 2013, and their second child, Armie Heartly, was born in November 2015.
In 2018, Dominique revealed on Facebook that she and Cam never observed their anniversary or Valentine’s Day. When she wrote that,
In brief, about Cam Gigandet
In 2003, Cam Gigandet made his television debut on the CBS criminal drama programme CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Later, he had guest appearances on various TV programmes like Jack and Bobby, The O.C., and The Young and the Restless.
After receiving praise for his work in the 2007 action picture Never Back Down, Gigandet was chosen to play James in the Twilight series. Then he had an appearance in The Unborn, a 2008 horror film, and Pandorum, a 2009 science fiction thriller.
In other movies including The Roommate, Easy A, The Experiment, Burlesque, Trespass, and Priest, he made an appearance.
His most recent appearance was in the Michael B. Jordan film Without Remorse.