Hunter Parrish from ‘Weeds’ and ‘Ratched’ Is Married to Kathryn Wahl Who Is Also an Actress

Hunter Parrish from ‘Weeds’ and ‘Ratched’ Is Married to Kathryn Wahl Who Is Also an Actress

Texas native Hunter Parrish established his roots in TV, film, and Broadway at a young age and is acclaimed for his many roles – although some deviate from his Christian faith. The actor met his wife, actress Kathryn Wahl, on the set of the Showtime series “Weeds.”AdvertisementHunter Parrish is known for his rebellious roles on the big screen and stage. Among his most notable – and ironic – Broadway roles was that of Jesus in the iconic rock musical “GODSPELL,” which opened at Circle in Square Theatre in November 2011. Last year, he graced the stage again as Jem Finch in the 2021 Broadway adaptation of “To Kill A Mockingbird.” Parrish was among other household names in the industry, including Michael Braugher, Gordon Clapp, and Patricia Conolly.Hunter Parrish poses for a photo at the Cast photo call for the Vineyard Theatre production of “Good Grief” on September 12, 2018, at the Vineyard Theatre in New York City | Source: Getty ImagesAdvertisementIn “Weeds,” Parrish played Silas Botwin, the son of Nancy, played by Mary-Louise Parker, and Shane Botwin, played by Alexander Gould. The show followed the story of Nancy, and her son Silas, who tried to maintain a luxurious lifestyle after her husband died through illegal means.While Parrish’s wife, Kathryn Wahl, makes no appearance on the show throughout its eight seasons, the couple first encountered each other on its set in 2010. Not much else is known about their relationship, as they’ve kept it relatively private – save for its milestones, such as marriage and a child. AdvertisementHunter Parrish’s Huge Success in ‘Weeds’ and Roles AfterParrish was a year from rounding up “Weeds” when he joined the cast of “GODSPELL.” He earned critical acclaim for his performance in the series. In 2006 and 2007, the show received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Television Series in the Music or Comedy …
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