‘Burn Notice’ Star Gabrielle Anwar Reveals Co-Star Jeffrey Donovan Married, Has New Baby (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

By: Celebuzz / December 10, 2012

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Over the six seasons that Gabrielle Anwar has worked with Jeffrey Donovan on USA Network’s Burn Notice, she has seen a clear change in her co-star — and it’s all thanks to new life-changing events for him off-screen.

“He recently got married and I believe his wife had a baby within the last week as far as I know,” Anwar revealed exclusively to Celebuzz when she visited our Hollywood studio last week.

“So, I think he’s changed considerably from the young party boy that I met during the pilot,” she added about her co-star.

Reports surfaced in June that the small screen hunk, 44, got engaged to model Michelle Woods, 21. And according to E! Online, the actor was planning a summer wedding. But, news of the wedding and baby on the way haven’t surfaced since.

A USA spokesperson declined to comment. And Donovan’s rep didn’t immediately respond to Celebuzz’s request for confirmation.

Anwar admits she has had her own changes over the years as she seems to have come to terms with balancing her own need to be “truthful and honest” with the nature of Hollywood.

“I think I have done some things over the years that may have prevented some career advancement, because I’ve been so adamant about my morals and principles and ethics which doesn’t go well in this business,” she explained.

As for the show, Anwar says that the season finale airing Thursday, Dec. 20 will be “an extraordinary two hours” and they’re “building up to that in a bit of a crescendo.”

Patton Oswalt [who plays Colin] is hysterical as we come to the season finale,” she also says. “And there’s a lot of action, drama, sort of more of the same but bigger.”

Watch our full interview with Anwar above.

Burn Notice airs Thursdays at 10 PM on the USA Network.

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