Jennie Garth has been spotted with a new man, five months after splitting from her husband of 11-years, Peter Facinelli.
The 40-year-old actress was spotted holding hands with 33-year-old music photographer Noah Abrams on Tuesday, August 14. Us Weekly magazine obtained photos of the couple together and two sources confirmed that the pair are dating.
Abrams is known for photographing contemporary musicians and commercial fashion spreads and has worked for magazines like Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Sports Illustrated and GQ. He is currently working on a documentary on the rock band the Black Keys.
Garth recently made headlines after appearing slimmer than usual in recent photographs. Us magazine reports that the actress lost 20 pounds and two dress sizes in three months.
The actress, who split with husband Peter Facinelli after 11 years in March. The pair has three daughters - 14-year-old Luca, 9-year-old Lola and 5-year-old Fiona.
Facinelli, 38, cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split and listed January 1 as the official date of separation. The pair wed on Jan 20, 2001 and had been together since 1996, when they met on the set of a made-for-TV movie called "An Unfinished Affair."
The two have agreed to share joint legal and physical custody of their three daughters.
During a recent interview with "Fox & Friends, Garth admitted, "I always said I would rather lick a dirty floor than go back to dating... This is very new for me. Oh my god I have like training wheels on right now. So I think I'm actually going back into, what is that called, adult adolescence. I'm having a moment."
Garth said she has been dating but added, "They do come into it knowing who I am or my history and I know nothing about them, so I have a weird disadvantage."
Garth played Kelly Taylor on the hit series "Beverly Hills, 90210" from 1990 to 2000. She later reprised the role in the spin-off series "90210" for two seasons. She also appeared opposite Amanda Bynes in the series "What I Like About You" and competed on season 5 of "Dancing With The Stars" in 2007. She was partnered with Derek Hough and finished in fourth place.