Actor Cheyenne Jackson is getting married to entrepreneur Jason Landau, reports confirmed on Wednesday.
According to reports, the Glee actor got engaged to Landau just six months after his divorce from Monte Lapka, a physicist whom he married on Sept. 3, 2011 and announced in August 2013 that they had “mutually decided to divorce.”
“Cheyenne Jackson and entrepreneur Jason Landau are pleased to happily confirm that they are engaged,” a representative for Jackson told E! News.
“They’ve already begun planning the wedding!” a rep reportedly said about the happy couple, who revealed their relationship in October 2013. The couple also hit the red carpet together at the amfAR Inspiration Gala in Los Angeles in December 2013.
"It's a sad thing anytime a relationship ends," the Glee actor said in an interview with The Frank DeCaro Show at the time of his divorce. "We had a good long run, almost 13 years ... [The split] was mutual and it was amicable. He is a wonderful man."
"I'm a little naive to think that people will even care, but they do," he added. "You have to understand the significance that your relationship had to other people. I know that our marriage meant a lot to other people. That's not lost on me, and I respect that."
Jackson, who publicly came out as gay in 2005, began his career in Broadway, where he performed in “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” “Aida” and “Xanadu.” He played Mark Bingham in the 9/11 drama “United 93.” He also was part of the sitcom “30 Rock,” TV series “Glee” and the film “Behind the Candelabra,” among many others.