Jennifer Jason Leigh Officially Divorced From Director Noah Baumbach

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    Jennifer Jason Leigh (l.) and Noah Baumbach attend a screening of "Margot at The Wedding" at Rose Hall, Sunday, Oct. 7, 2007 in New York.

    Jennifer Jason Leigh is officially a single white female.

    The actress and filmmaker Noah Baumbach finalized their divorce last month, nearly three years after separating.

    Leigh filed for divorce on Nov. 15, 2010, and, though she left the space blank at the time, the "Kill Your Darlings" star has since listed their separation date as Nov. 5 of that year.

    She and Baumbauch have one child together, 3-year-old Rohmer Emmanuel Baumbach. They were married for five years, tying the knot Sept. 2, 2005.

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    While the terms of their settlement agreement remain confidential, court documents filed Sept. 17 in L.A. Superior Court and obtained by E! News state that they exes have figured out what belongs to whom, "equally divided all of their community assets and liabilties," and resolved all custody and child support issues.

    This was the first marriage for both Leigh, 51, and Baumbauch, 44.

    Baumbach, who directed Leigh in "Margot at the Wedding" and "Greenberg," has reportedly been dating Greta Gerwig for over a year.

    Gerwig played Ben Stiller's love interest in "Greenberg," and she cowrote the script and starred in Baumbach's latest movie, the quirky black and white dramedy "Frances Ha."

    --Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum

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