James Vinson Adams, Linda Purl’s ex-husband

James Vinson Adams

James Vinson Adams is the ex-husband of Linda Purl. James Vinson Adams’s ex-wife, Purl is an American actress and singer, known for her roles as Ashley on Happy Days, Sheila Munroe in the 1982 horror film Visiting Hours, Pam Beesly’s mother Helene in The Office, and Ben Matlock’s daughter Charlene Matlock for the first season of the television series Matlock.

Linda Purl is a 66-year-old American Actress. Born Linda M. Purl on 2nd September 1955 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA. Her zodiac sign is Virgo. Information related to the age, date, and place of birth of James Vinson Adams is not available at the moment.

How did the former love birds meet and start their relationship and later get married? The couple has not made this information public. However, James Vinson Adams and Linda Purl were married for 4 years. They dated for 1 year after getting together in 2005 and married on 15th Jul 2006. The couple got married in a beautiful ceremony in the presence of their friends, family, and loved ones. 4 years later they divorced in 2011. The reason behind their divorce was also not made public.

James Vinson Adams’s ex-wife, Purl has been married four times. Her first marriage was in 1979 to Desi Arnaz Jr., son of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. On January 3, 1980, Purl filed for divorce, which was finalized later that year. On November 5, 1988, she married screenwriter William Broyles Jr., whom she later divorced. 

On July 23, 1993, Purl married British screenwriter and producer Alexander Cary, Master of Falkland, with whom she has a son, Lucius, born February 6, 1995. They later divorced. On July 15, 2006, she married James Vinson Adams. They divorced. She is currently in a relationship with Patrick Duffy.

After their divorce in 2011, Much was not heard from James Vinson Adams. He went out of the limelight to live a private life.

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James Vinson Adams’ ex-wife, Purl has been a regular Theatre performer (and was in the original cast) of the international touring play Seven Deadly Sins Four Deadly Sinners. In November 2007, she appeared at the Théâtre Princesse Grace, Monte Carlo, directed by Marc Sinden, as part of Sinden’s British Theatre Season, Monaco.

In 2008, Purl opened at the Cleveland Play House in Cleveland, Ohio in a production of The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, playing Amanda. Purl also launched a jazz music career after leaving Matlock and has released several albums of music, including Out of This World – Live.

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