Harrison Ford Relationship: What Is His Real Name?

Harrison Ford is a respected actor, a good pilot, and an activist for the environment, but he may be best known for playing Indiana Jones and Hans Solo. Arts & Culture says that all of his movies have made a total of $5.1 billion at the domestic box office. Not bad for a kid from Chicago (via Biography). Let’s find out about the Harrison Ford relationship and net worth.

Ford is number four on the list of the stars who have made the most money.

Ford is also thought to be one of the best-looking actors in Hollywood, and he’s been with a lot of women, including Carrie Fisher. He has had about eight real love interests during his public career, but some of them have been forgotten over the years.

We think everyone needs a little reminder of the “Star Wars” heartthrob’s relationship timeline, which includes Hollywood It Girl Eve Babitz, his sad relationship with Princess Leia, and all the way to his life partner Calista Flockhart (according to the Daily Mail).

Harrison Ford Relationship

Who Would Not Want to Date Indiana Jones?

Ford was first married to an artist named Mary Marquardt from 1964 to 1979. This seems like a very long time ago (via Spock and Christine). They even had two sons who haven’t done anything to get in the news.

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Sadly, there were rumors of cheating in the relationship, especially after Carrie Fisher’s memoir came out in 2017 and she admitted she had an affair with her co-star in 1977. (via The Verge). There was some evidence that the affair led to the end of the marriage.

Harrison Ford Relationship

The star of “Indiana Jones” then got his feet back on the ground in 1983 when he married screenwriter, Melissa Mathison. They, too, had two kids, but in 2000 they decided to live apart, and in 2001 they broke up for good.

Between his marriages, the actor went out on dates just for fun. In 2001, Ford was rumored to be dating actress Minnie Driver, but not much is known about their relationship (per ET). Many people thought the icon was having a midlife crisis when he got spikey hair and pierced ears. He was then linked to Lara Flynn Boyle, who was 30 when he was 58 years old (via The New York Post).

Calista Was the Perfect Match for Harrison

Ford knew he had to keep looking for love, and it was at the 2002 Golden Globes that he met the “Ally McBeal” star. According to the New York Post, the actress took matters into her own hands and spilled a drink on the megastar just so she could say hello.

At the time, her co-star James Marsden as her wingman, and he said, “I saw the two of you lock eyes for the first time, and I was like, ‘Wow,'” “She asked him to join her and herself for dinner. I’m like, ‘Me, you, and him?’ We ended up being a small group, which was good, but I ended up being her wingman ” (via Express).

Harrison Ford Relationship

During that dinner, Ford finally told Marsden what he planned to do and gave him the “get lost” look. The actor’s love won out in the end, and he hasn’t looked back since.

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Ford seems to have saved the best for last because he proposed on Valentine’s Day 2009 after they had been together for eight years (via The Blast). Then, in 2010, they got married in a small ceremony, and since then, they have been happy together. Even though they are 22 years apart in age, they seem to be able to make it work.

What Is the Real Name of Harrison Ford?

He was finally credited as “Harrison J. Ford” in the 1967 Western A Time for Killing, which starred Glenn Ford, George Hamilton, and Inger Stevens. The “J” did not stand for anything, though, since he does not have a middle name.