You know Kreuk is secretive while it comes to her personal life and tried her best to maintain a low-key profile.
Back in 2010, the couple was spotted walking together with their dogs in Kruek’s birthplace; Downtown Vancouver, Canada.
Kids can be very challenging; some of them appreciate the tricks, but some ask too many questions or are never satisfied. I actually trained in contemporary dance when I was doing my theatre and performing training. I also trained in physical theatre, which is sort of like this fierce, free, crazy movement type of theatre. Yeah, I trained in a lot of different performance types. I think that’s a big part of our relationship as well—being collaborative. Collaborating can be sexy because we have all these ideas and we’re bouncing them off of one another.
I found that a little stressful, so I went back to being a teenager and sleeping in.
Leaving Kruek’s professional life aside, we will be discussing Kristin Kreuk’s married life and children. Sources claim that Kreuk and Hildreth first met in 2004 and started dating since September 2004.
The couple is enjoying a quite peaceful long term relationship and both are successfully balancing personal and private life.
I used to always ask magicians how they did tricks and they never gave it up, so it was cool to be on the other side.
I did it for about six months until I realized that I hated Sunday mornings with little kids. My girlfriend and I create film and theatre together as well.
At any moment he could get back into his beast form and hurt Catherine Chandler that’s why he never wants to get too close to her. But he saved her from being killed when her mother was killed, so there’s that connection.
Kristin Laura Kreuk did some stage works in school, but never did it cross her mind that she would someday in the future become a professional actress.
She got her first acting gig after joining an open casting audition for the Canadian teen drama series "Edgemont", being picked to play the role of Laurel Yeung.
Prior to landing in Hollywood, the 30-year-old New Zealand-born actor (who’s also one of our Primetime studs) dominated televisions down under by starring in a variety of hit shows, including the popular Australian soap opera fame) and openly admits to us that he’s jealous of her supreme martial arts skills.
He also admits that he used to be a professional clown. I’m a big fan of the original version of the series that starred Linda Hamilton.
The December 30, 1982 born actress remained on the feature until its seventh season, after which she signed on to appear on action-comedy/spy-drama series "Chuck".