After John Ritter's death in 2003, Amy Yasbeck has continued to keep his legacy alive through their son.
John Ritter was without a doubt one of the most loved actors in Hollywood. The star, who appeared on hit shows such as "Three's Company", "The Waltons" and "8 Simple Rules" with his on-screen daughter, Kaley Cuoco, lived quite the life. The actor had married his first wife, Nancy Morgan, in 1977, however the two split in 1996. It didn't take much time for John to find romance again, as he was saying his "I do's" only 3 years later with actress, Amy Yasbeck.
The two had worked together on a number of projects and later tied the knot in 1999. The two welcomed their son, Noah Ritter a year prior to their nuptials. Although Amy and the rest of the world were heartbroken after Ritter's death in 2003, she continued to keep his legacy alive through their son. With 17 years having passed, here is what Amy Yasbeck has been up to.
What Has Amy Yasbeck Been Up To?
John Ritter will go down in history as one of the most loved actors in the industry. The star unfortunately passed away in 2003 after suffering from an aortic dissection. Ritter, who was married to fellow actress, Amy Yasbeck, was currently starring on the hit show, "8 Simple Rules" when news of his untimely death surfaced. His character was written out of the show, which certainly broke the hearts of his millions upon millions of fans.
Luckily for the actor, his legacy continues to live through his wife and children. John and Amy Yasbeck married in 1999, only a year after welcoming their son, Noah Ritter. The two had first met back in 1990 during a table read of film director, Denni Dugas, for the film "Problem Child". Both John and Amy worked together on quite a few projects, including "Problem Child 2".
Although the loss of her husband was a difficult pill to swallow, Amy Yasbeck managed to keep her head held high and continued on with her life as best as she could. Amy continued acting, and landed roles in hit shows such as "Pretty Little Liars", "Workaholics" and "Modern Family". In addition to her acting career, Amy also found love after John.
The star was rumored to have been involved with her attorney Michael Plonsker, back in 2013! According to RadarOnline, Michael was the attorney that netted her $14 million wrongful death lawsuit. This came about after John Ritter had been misdiagnosed, leading to his death.
While she has yet to remarry, Amy has definitely gotten back into the dating game. She also sold the Beverly Hills home she and Ritter lived in back in 2017 for a whopping $6.55 million. Although she may not be on-screen as much as she once used to, Amy has given her time to the John Ritter Foundation for Aortic Health, in which she created in John's honor the same year as his passing.