In a statement, DeVitto’s publicist Mona Loring says the couple “decided to amicably split” and “they will continue to remain good friends.”
DeVitto, 29, had a recurring guest spot on the show’s third and fourth seasons as a doctor. She was also a series regular on Lifetime’s “Army Wives,” which just wrapped its seventh season.
The actor met and began dating DeVitto, who also starred in Pretty Little Liars, in 2007 when they acted together in Killer Movie. They married in a private ceremony in New York City in April 2011.
DeVitto landed a recurring role on Wesley’s hit vampire series, and after reportedly calling it a “blessing” that they didn’t shoot together, she told Zap2It in February that she actually enjoyed finally sharing the set with her hubby.
“We had both done 11 episodes of the show and hadn’t worked together on it yet,” DeVitto said at the time. “And I said, ‘Maybe that’s a blessing in disguise. Maybe working together every day and then going home together would be a little too much, so maybe I prefer it this way.'”
However, after finally working together, she said, “I had such a great time working with [Wesley], and it was so amazing. I totally take back everything I said. We just have such a mutual respect for each other, and a similar work ethic.”
Wesley also spoke of the benefits of working on the same set back in 2012. “It’s fantastic because otherwise we’d be 2,000 miles away, Los Angeles and Georgia, so it’s very nice to be in the same geographical location,” he said at the time.