Danny Devito and Rhea Perlman appear headed for divorce after 30 years of marriage.
The two were looked at as one of Hollywood's perfect pairings, with the dimunitive stars marrying in 1982 after first meeting and becoming an item back in 1970.
They'd appeared together publicly as recently as August but apparently all was not perfect wedded bliss, with Perlman rumored to have finally gotten fed up with DeVito's notorious wandering eye.
DeVito and Perlman have three children -- Lucy, 29, Grace, 27, and Jacob, 24 -- and both have remained active on television and in movies, with DeVito playing a major role on FX's "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" series.
Perlman starred in "Cheers" and appeared on the big screen with DeVito in 1996's Matilda; the two also acted together in the classic TV comedy "Taxi" and founded the production company behind movies including "Pulp Fiction", "Erin Brockovich", and "Garden State".
They originally met in 1970 when Perlman went to see a friend in the Broadway play "The Shrinking Bride" and encountered DeVito, who was also in the production.
Perlman would claim that DeVito was a "lot more fun and a lot more sexy" than other men she'd dated, with DeVito returning the favor by saying he was struck by her warmth and great sense of humor.
The couple seemed to be immune from the pitfalls that end other celebrity marriages, with DeVito claiming in a recent interview that the secret to their enduring marriage was:
"Love. Love. I mean, really. You know what? Who knows. The secret to success is to try to never figure that out."