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(PEOPLE.com) -- Jamie-Lynn Sigler and her boyfriend, "Entourage" actor Jerry Ferrara, have called it quits, PEOPLE has learned. Sigler, 28, and Ferrara, 30, met on the Entourage set in 2008 when Sigler joined the HBO comedy as a guest star -- playing the on-screen love interest of Ferrara's character, Turtle. "They're busy with their careers, and she in particular has a couple of movies out in 2010, and others in the works for 2011, so it's just tough," a source who knows the couple told PEOPLE. "It's ironic, because in the recent season finale of 'Entourage,' Jamie tells Turtle that she has to go to New Zealand to shoot a movie, and it causes problems, so it's ironic but that's what their lives are like." Sigler is best known for playing Meadow Soprano on HBO's "The Sopranos" from 1999 until 2007. Most recently, she's been seen in the ABC sitcom "Ugly Betty."© 2011 People and Time Inc. The couple, who shares sons Archie and Abel, separated in 2012 and finalized the divorce in 2016. Their off-screen romance is adorable now, but it didn't start that way.Baccarin reportedly got pregnant with Mc Kenzie's baby while she was still married to ex-husband Austin Chick.We were both single at the time, and there was just this kind of spark…I didn't see her for three months, and she had gone from having dark hair to this beautiful blond, and I had gone from being blond to this dark vampire.
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