Director Cameron Crowe & his wife, Heart singer Nancy Wilson are ending their 24-year marriage.
Wilson filed divorce papers in Los Angeles Superior Court last week, accordig to court records obtained by E! News. The “Barracuda” hitmaker cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the filing and notes that pair separated in June 15, 2008.
The couple — who wed in 1986 — are the parents of 10-year-old twin boys, William and Curtis, born in Jan. 2000. She is seeking joint physical and legal custody of their children and also wants the court to grant her spousal support from the filmmaker.
Crowe’s films include Vanilla Sky, Almost Famous, Jerry Maguire, and Say Anything. He also wrote the 1982 teen comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High.