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It didn’t take too long for someone like Woods to be in another relationship. Racine is also a former model as well as a drummer and dancer with her "gypsy punk" band named as Gogol Bordello.Pamela Racine met with Wood in 2005 while shooting an adventure film, ‘Everything is illuminated’ where her group performed.The actor had been dating Gogol Bordello drummer Pamela Racine for more than five years before he reportedly broke off the relationship because he couldn’t commit to her long-term.A friend said: “Elijah just didn’t want to settle down.The last thing he wanted to do was hurt Pamela, but she’s pretty cut up about the break-up.”The pair met on the set of 2005 adventure movie , previously claimed he has a “sincere goodness as a human being” and a “generosity of spirit.”Despite keeping their partnership quiet, the pair were often seen together at events.Racine often accompanied him to movie premieres and they were both a regular of fashion week shows.
John Farmer, 42, is to marry Fiona Lindsay, who literally followed in the footsteps of her grandfather, the baronet Sir Martin Lindsay, when she mounted an expedition to the same remote region of Greenland that he explored before he became a Tory MP."Both families are delighted," says a friend of Sir Tom, who was made a Papal Knight by Pope John Paul II.
The very talented American drummer is currently single, however, she was in a relationship with Elijah Wood since 2005.
After dating for 5-long years relationship the couple separated in 2010 according to the news tabloids.
All of this, Wood has endured good-naturedly and politely. Despite a morning of 12 television interviews back-to-back at the Corinthia Hotel, he is still opening doors for waiters, thanking everyone and pronouncing that everything is ‘wonderful’ or ‘delightful’. Next came a decade of de-Frodification, in which Wood progressively ruptured the confines of family-friendly, big-budget fantasy, with smaller indie roles: the nerdy pervert lab technician in a bizarre BBC Three comedy in which he played a suicidal loser ‘saved’ by his friendship with his neighbour’s dog who manifests to him as a bong-smoking Australian. By the time I really needed friends my own age, I had them.’ He lights another cigarette. At its best it’s an opportunity to create great art. At its worst it can destroy and bring out the worst in people.’ Our conversation turns to Robin Williams, with whom Wood worked side by side when voicing ‘The death of Robin really shocked me.’ His eyes look like giant blue marbles for a second.
‘I was the family peacemaker and moderator,’ he sighs. He regards that time as ‘my university, the year I changed from boy to man’.