Eve Mavrakis to receive half of Ewan McGregor’s film earnings in divorce settlement


Blockbuster film star Ewan McGregor will give ex-wife Eve Mavrakis half of all his earnings from films and TV shows before their 2017 split.

The actor filed for divorce in January 2018 after he was seen kissing his Fargo co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead, 35. He and Winstead are still a couple.

According to a judgement seen by People magazine, McGregor will pay Mavrakis, 54, a monthly amount of AUS $20,811 per month in child support, AUD $49,995 per month in spousal support, and will be responsible for setting up a trust fund for Anouk’s education expenses.

Ewan McGregor and ex-wife Eve Mavrakis in 2016. Photo: Getty Images

Mavrakis will receive half of all earned income from films McGregor has starred in the past, including TrainspottingMoulin Rouge and Big Fish as well as the Stars Wars franchise.

While McGregor will keep 25 of his 30 vehicles in his car collection, Mavrakis will receive their $9.22 million LA home, her jewellery and almost $700, 000 in cash in an even split.

A child of Greek immigrants, Eve was born and raised in Dordogne, France. She continues to work as a production designer.




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