Jennifer Grey Keeps 'Dirty Dancing' Earnings Amid Divorce Settlement
Actress Jennifer Grey seeks that the divorce agreement between her and her still husband, Clark Gregg, allows her to keep 100% of the profits generated by her work in Dirty Dancing and its sequel, Dirty Dancing 2: Havana Nights. According to documents obtained by People, the actress will also receive $15 thousand dollars as compensation for the termination of her marriage.
Although it could not be described as "the time of her life", actress Jennifer Grey is going through a personal process in which, at least, she hopes to keep what she earned thanks to her work. According to official documents published by People magazine, the actress hopes to make it clear that she will keep 100% of the earnings and residuals from her work in the two Dirty Dancing films after her divorce from fellow actor Clark Gregg. The divorce agreement also guarantees a compensation payment and the division of expenses for Stella Gregg, the couple's only daughter.
Jennifer Grey seeks to keep her earnings from Dirty Dancing after divorce
Just a few months after announcing their separation, the divorce between actors Clark Gregg and Jennifer Grey seems to be progressing without legal problems, as both have defined their conditions to end their marriage next year.
According to official documents published by People, Grey asked in the divorce agreement to keep 100% of the earnings generated by her work in Dirty Dancing and its sequel, Dirty Dancing 2: Havana Nights. Furthermore, her still husband will pay her $15,144 as an equalization payment. Their marriage will officially end on February 16, 2021, according to People.
The agreement also provides that both will keep the house where Grey and her daughter, Stella, currently live for the next six months. If the home is sold, the proceeds will be divided equally between the ex-partners.
Gregg will give up his MCU earnings to his ex-wife
Among the agreements agreed by Gregg and Grey, it also stands out that they will split expenses for their daughter until she turns 24 years old. The couple will also "split royalties and residuals equally for more than 30 projects including Gregg's work in Avengers, Captain Marvel, Captain America," and the Iron Man and Thor films according to People.
This also includes Clark Gregg's participation in the series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and half a dozen films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In addition, if Gregg resumes his job as agent "Coulson" in future Marvel projects, the actor is obliged to give his ex-wife 10% of his earnings per film and 5% in the case of television projects.