Larry David has reportedly found a new leading lady.
According to the New York Post, David is getting romantic with fellow "Curb" actress, Amy Landecker -- Landecker appeared as David's bi-sexual love interest on a recent episode of the show. Although Landecker's role on the show aired just last Sunday, the pair filmed their scenes six months ago.
When it comes to David's reported lucky streak on and off-screen, it's about time. In 2007 David and ex-wife, Laurie David, called it quits before he told Jay Leno that the reason for their relationship's demise was that "she thought it would be nice to have sex with someone she liked. She wanted to try that."
Seemingly, like most things, David's art seems to imitate his own life. The Seinfeld co-creator and actor recently went through an on-screen split from "Curb" wife, Cheryl, played by Cheryl Hines.
With two divorces in his fictional and real-life past, we're rooting for David to find love.
Check out this scene from "Curb Your Enthusiasm" in which David And Rosie O'Donnell are both fighting over Landecker's character: