Actor James Marsden was recently seen sharing a kiss with model Frederique Brons during a night out in New York City. The 50-year-old Enchanted actor and the 25-year-old model were captured in photographs taken on a Wednesday night. Brons sported an all-black ensemble, including a jacket, trousers, and shoes, while Marsden also embraced a monochromatic look with a T-shirt, pants, and boots, accentuated by a black sweater casually draped over his shoulders.
Brons is professionally represented by Skins Model Management, a modeling agency based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She is also affiliated with the New York City agency Muse Models.
Just last month, Marsden marked his 50th birthday with a star-studded celebration attended by notable figures such as Tessa Thompson, Woody Harrelson, Natasha Lyonne, and Aaron Paul. The festivities were hosted by George Clooney and Rande Gerber’s tequila company, Casamigos, and featured a birthday cake adorned with a shirtless photo of Marsden from his early modeling days.
Marsden is presently vying for a 2023 Emmy nomination in the category of supporting actor in a comedy for his role in “Jury Duty.” In this reality sitcom, the “27 Dresses” actor portrays an exaggerated version of himself. While discussing his experience filming the Amazon Freevee series with PEOPLE, he reminisced about his “bizarre experience” serving on a jury in Los Angeles. He recalled walking into the courtroom and seeing a wall adorned with headshots of actors who had previously served jury duty in a government building. He humorously expressed concerns about potentially being a distraction if recognized.
Marsden is a proud father, sharing two children, a son, Jack (22), and a daughter, Mary (18), with his ex-wife Lisa Linde, and another son, William (10), with his ex, Rose Costa. In 2018, he openly stated, “Of all my achievements in life, being a father is the one thing I’m most proud of. It is the most fulfilling. I’m always self-deprecating, but I don’t have a problem saying that I am a great dad.” He playfully mentioned in February that his children are “wonderfully underwhelmed” by his screen work, as they view him as their dad and, though they appreciate his work, it’s just a part of who he is to them.