Big congrats to Sheila and Jackson!
Jackson Rathbone is officially a married man. The 28-year-old Twilight actor wed girlfriend Sheila Hafsadi in Malibu, Calif. on Sunday, Sept. 29, multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly.
“It was a small wedding,” an insider tells Us. “Just close friends and family only.”
Rathbone met Hafsadi, a burlesque dancer, during a tour stop with his band 100 Monkeys. They welcomed their first child together, son Monroe Jackson Rathbone VI, in July 2012.
ETA: Jackson’s rep confirms the happy news to People.
Jackson Rathbone is a married man.
The former Twilight actor, 28, wed Sheila Hafsadi in Los Angeles on Sunday, his rep confirms to PEOPLE.
“It was a small wedding,” a source says. “There were about 150 [guests].
“We are both spontaneous people. I wouldn’t say we are bohemian, but we are both artistic,” Rathbone told PEOPLE of meeting Hafsadi in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. in 2011. He had been playing a show with his former band, 100 Monkeys, when he saw her working at the venue next door.
“It was one of those things. I always said I believed in love at first sight, but I never really had that feeling before.”
The couple have since become parents to a son, Monroe Jackson Rathbone VI, now 15 months old. Soon after his birth, Rathbone told PEOPLE the pair planned to wed eventually – just not quite yet.
“Honestly, at the end of the day, you don’t need a piece of paper to say you are in love,” he said at the time. “We are dedicated completely to one another.”
The first set of photos of Jackson at the iHeartRadio Music Festival have been added to the gallery. More to be added soon!
One new outtake from Jackson’s photoshoot with Bullett Magazine has been added to the gallery.
Some new Dread stills and promotional shoot images have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
Check out this video of Jackson playing the ukulele on the set of The Dead Men!
Screencaptures of Jackson as Jesse James on the Time Angels themed episode of NTSF: SD: SUV have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
- NTSF:SD:SUV (2013) > 3×06 – The Great Train Stoppery
The first few photos of Jackson at red carpet premiere for the The Conjuring have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
The second episode of the Sunday Punday series with The Absolute is here!
Looks like Jackson has joined another social media network site! Check out his first Vine video below.
Looks like we finally know what “epically evil hilarious plan” Jackson was working on! Check out the first episode of The Absolute’s Sunday Punday.
Episode 1 of The Absolute’s Sunday Punday series
Directed by Jackson Rathbone
Produced by Jackson Rathbone & Black Tie Studios
Cinematography & Editing by Charles Lopez
Written by Devon Bostick & Jackson Rathbone