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actor Joel David Moore, who was showing off some wicked tank top tan lines while going bodyboarding in the water.
Joel Moore is currently married to Stephanie Lawson.
) -- married on New Year's Day in 2009 and separated this June.
County Superior Court, citing the boilerplate "irreconcilable differences."Moore and his wife -- Kineret Karen Ben Yishay Moore (Jewish?
However, Nate believes that Johann is a threat to his shot for Cristabel, since Johann is almost perfect.
Eventually, with June dating Johann, Cristabel finally begins dating Nate, per his original plan.
Written by Heidi Ferrer and directed by Tom Putnam, the film began shooting in January 2007 and was released theatrically on February 8, 2008.
Nate sets out for the beaches of California and meets up with his geeky best friend Arno, whose mother has an unnatural amount of information about Cristabel, and perhaps an unusual relationship with her son.
Cristabel jogs on the beach every day with many suitors trying to catch her eye, including an albino stalker.
BBC reviewer Mark Kermode called it "a fascist eugenic tract...it's disgusting". That something is this movie – wretched, embarrassing and a waste of the time and energy of everyone involved." John Anderson of Newsday, while panning the film, was one of a handful of critics to see merit in it.
Connie Ogle in the Miami Herald described The Hottie and the Nottie thus: "Imagine the worst movie you've ever seen.