Michael Malarkey and his wife, Nadine Lewington, have been married for 12 years.
Michael Malarkey has been married to Nadine Lewington for the past 12 years. Marlon Malarkey and Hugo Konstantine Malarkey are the couple’s sons. They married on June 6, 2009, and have two children together.
On September 10, 2014, the actor and his wife welcomed their first child, Marlon. When Lewington gave birth to Hugo Konstantine in September 2019, their family grew once again.
Malarkey is a superb singer and composer in addition to acting. Aside from these hobbies, he devotes a significant portion of his time to being a father. The Vampire Diaries actor and his co-star Zach Roerig bonded over their shared experience of fatherhood.
Both Michael Malarkey and his wife are actresses.
Malarkey is most recognized for his role in the Vampire Diaries as Lorenzo ‘Enzo’ St. John. From 2013 until 2017, he was a regular in the supernatural drama series, appearing in over 70 episodes.
Malarkey isn’t the only performer in his family; his wife is also an actress who has appeared in a number of series and short films. Lewington has a BA in theater from Middlesex University and Drama Studio, as well as a BTEC National Diploma in performing arts from Braintree College.
Lewington has been in a number of TV shows, including The Originals (2018), Containment (2016), Holby City (2007-2009), and Family Affairs (2005).
Lewington’s most well-known work to date is Holby City, in which she appeared in 100 episodes. She did, however, leave the series in 2009 due to her impending wedding to Malarkey.
The actress previously stated that leaving Holby City was difficult for her.
On Fatherhood, Michael Malarkey
Malarkey frequently uses Instagram to show his affection for his wife and children. In June, he shared a photo of himself and his wife to commemorate their 12-year marriage.
He also frequently writes about his two sons. In one of his posts, the actor discussed what he had learned as a father. He claimed that becoming a father had transformed him since his two children had forced him to work on his weaknesses.
Malarkey went on to say that putting in the work was the key to being a successful parent. He also came to the conclusion that the children were well worth the effort in the end.