Nicolas Cage Files for Annulment Days After 4 Days Of Marriage

Published Date: 29 Mar, 2019 Updated date: 29 Mar, 2019 By Celebs Podium

It looks like Nicholas Cage is ready to walk the aisle again. The actor who was previously married three times filed for annulment just after the days of getting a marriage license with his girlfriend.

American actor Nicholas Cage filed for an annulment after his marriage to girlfriend Erika Koike on 27th March 2019. According to the court reports, he filed for an annulment with Erika, indicating that the pair had evidently tied the knot.

The Leaving Las Vegas star filed for a marriage license along with his makeup artist girlfriend Erica on 23rd March 2019 and received their marriage certificate on the same day.

Nicholas and his young girlfriend have been dating since the spring of 2018 and they were first spotted in Puerto Rico while he was filming the upcoming action move Primal. The duo was seen into a private car after their dinner together at a local restaurant on the island.


Nicholas Cage started dating Erika Koike since the spring of 2018 (Picture: People)

The 55-year-old is a thrice-married man before Koike. He was first married to actress Patricia Arquette from 1995 to 2001. Later, he got briefly married to American singer-songwriter Lisa Marie Presley from 2002 to 2004.

After a divorce with Lisa, he married actress Alice Kim in the same year. They welcomed a son named Kal-El Coppola Cage in 2005. Nicholas and Alice got a divorce after a decade of their marriage in 2016.

Moreover, Nicholas has a son named Weston Coppola Cage from the long-term relationship with actress Christina Fulton.

Nicholas Cage Bio; Parents, Career, Net Worth

The veteran actor was born as Nicolas Kim Coppola on 7th January 1964 to parents August Coppola and Joy Vogelsang. His father was a professor of literature and his mother was a dancer and choreographer. He grew up along with two brothers, Marc Coppola and Christopher Coppola in Long Beach, California.

Nicholas made his movie debut in a small role in a comedy movie, Fast Times at Ridgemont High in 1982. His acting credits include Honeymoon in Vegas (1992), Adaptation (2002), Ghost Rider (2007), Mom and Dad (2017) and Mandy (2018).

He was nominated twice for an Academy Award and won once for his performance as a suicidal alcoholic in the 1995 romantic tragedy, Leaving Las Vegas. The award-winning actor boasts a net worth of $25 million from his acting span for more than three decades.

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