Who Is Hilary Lyon, Ex-wife of Alan Cumming?

Hilary Lyon is an American actress known for her work in movies such as, Trust Me (2017), Chef! (1993) and Monarch of the Glen (2000). She gained fame after she tied knot with Alan Cumming in 1985. They divorced in 1993.

After divorcing Alan, Hilary Lyon has been married to Matt Ponting since 2001. Duo have two children.

Hilary Lyon Biography

Hilary Lyon born in London, United Kingdom to her parents. She hails from London, United Kingdom. As of 2024, Hilary Lyon’s age is 60 years old.

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Her most famous films are Chef! (1993), Trust Me (2017), and Jonathan Creek (1997). She has not disclosed her high school or college education or classes. Her IMBD profile lists her as an actress. Hilary portrayed Solicitor in ‘Between the Lines’, Sarah in ‘Peak Practice’, and Jane in ‘Butter’.

Hilary Lyon and Alan Cumming marriage

Hilary Lyon and Alan Cumming relationships include an eight-year marriage to actress Hilary Lyon, a two-year relationship with actress Saffron Burrows and a six-year relationship with theatre director Nick Philippou.

More about Hilary Lyon’s ex-husband: Alan Cumming

Alan Cumming is bisexual. He signed an open letter to Joe Biden, President of the United States, in October 2023. Cumming stated that he “would dearly like to adopt a child”, but that his life was “too hectic” for the rearing of children, in 2006.

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After two years of dating, Cumming and illustrator Grant Shaffer married in the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London, on January 7, 2007. Five years after their London marriage, Cumming and Shaffer wedded in New York on January 7, 2012.

Cumming became a dual-national and took the US citizenship oath in Manhattan on November 7, 2008. He claims to be vegan since 2012.

His 2017 PETA Humanitarian Award. Supports Scottish independence and the Scottish National Party. Cumming backed 2016 US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Cumming is atheist.

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