What Is Maggie Lawson Up To Now After Split From James Roday?

Maggie Lawson is an actress who is popularly known as Juliet O’ Hara, her character in the detective comedy-drama TV series, Psych. While working on the series, she got acquainted with her co-star, James Roday whom she also shared an on-screen romance with. However, some relationships are not meant to last forever and that became the fate of their long term affair. Following the split, Maggie Lawson and James Roday have moved on with their lives as they seem to have recovered from the breakup. Discover if the gorgeous actress has found solace in the arms of another partner as well as what she is up to now.

Maggie Lawson’s Split With James Roday

Maggie Lawson who once had a long-term live-in relationship with the actor, director, and screenwriter, James Roday met the Texas-born while working on the series Psych in 2006. The pair were cast as on-screen lovers from season 1 till season 8 of the series when the show actually ended in March 2014. Following the on-screen chemistry between the two which prompted their fans to create a Facebook page using the names of the couple, they initiated a real-life love affair which of course got their fans elated.

They had a loving relationship for seven years during which they still maintained their on-screen romance. However, in 2013, Lawson and Roday decided to call off the relationship to the amazement of their fans as it was never anticipated at such a time. The reason for the split has not yet been revealed but at the moment, the pair seem to have recovered from the breakup and have moved on with their lives.

Maggie Lawson and James Roday After Their Split

After splitting with Roday, the talented actress found solace in the arms of Ben Koldyke, her co-star in the sitcom, Back in the Game. They moved on to seal their love with a nuptial bond on 8th August 2015 in a wedding ceremony held at the groom’s family ranch located in Las Vegas, New Mexico. Their union, however, didn’t last long as the marriage was annulled in early 2017, barely two years of staying married.

Maggie Lawson’s ex-husband is an actor who comes from a reputable family as his father, Martin J. “Mike” Koldyke is the founder of a Chicago-based company called, Frontenac Company and also a life trustee of Northwestern University, while his mother’s family owns Laird Norton Company, an Investment Company. He has appeared in series such as 24, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Big Love, How I Met Your Mother, The Newsroom, Mr. Robinson, The Good Place, and others. His film credits are The Next Best Thing, Say I Do, Stuck on You, The Finest Hours, among others.

As of this writing, the beautiful actress has not been linked to any romantic affair as she is busy starring in films and shows that have elevated her career tremendously.

On the other hand, since parting ways with Lawson in 2013, James Roday has not been romantically connected with any partner. He has focused mainly on building his career as he has featured in movies and series like Good Session, Christmas Eve, Pushing Dead, The Nerd Head, Gravy, The Berserk, The Buddy Games, A Million Little Things, Fortune Rookie, to mention but few. Working as a director, his credits include Battle Creek, Rosewood, The Resident and others. He additionally worked as the screenwriter for Skinwalkers, Shoot The Moon, Quest for Truth, Treehouse, among others. Roday is reportedly single at the moment and has since not been linked with anyone.

What is Maggie Lawson Up To Now?

The widely known actress is currently working on the post-production of Psych: The Movie 2 which was set to premiere in late 2019, but was later delayed to 2020 and renamed Psych 2: Lassie Come Home. She previously starred in Psych: The Movie, a two-hour TV movie, premiered in December 2017.

Although her relationship with James Roday is over in real life, the pair reignited their on-screen romance in the aforementioned TV movies where they now star as a married couple. Aside from featuring in Psych TV movies after the split, Lawson also had roles in My Favourite Wedding, Two and a Half Men, The Great Indoors, Angel from Hell, Spivak, Christmas Encore, The Ranch, Santa Clarita Diet, Lethal Weapon, The Story of Us, Treehouse, and Outmatched.