Marisa Tomei, who plays Aunt May in Spider-Man: Homecoming, is not married and is not publicly dating anyone. The 52-year-old Oscar-winner has famously never married and doesn’t have any children, although there have been rumors about her dating life.
For several years, Tomei was in an on-again, off-again relationship with 40-year-old Logan Marshall-Green, who starred in Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, 24 and The O.C.. He also happens to play Jackson “Montana” Brice in Homecoming. They started dating in 2008.
Marshall-Green and Tomei’s relationship is now forever “off,” since he’s happily married to actress Diane Marshall-Green. The couple have two children, daughter Culla Mar and son Tennessee Logan.
In 2014, there were rumors that Tomei was dating Josh Radnor, who played Ted on How I Met Your Mother. That relationship didn’t last long. Most recently, Radnor dated Minka Kelly. In March 2017, Us Weekly reported that the Kelly-Radnor relationship ended after six months of dating.
Tomei and Homecoming co-star Robert Downey Jr. were rumored to be a couple in 1994, after they starred in Norman Jewison’s Only You together. The two also appeared in 1992’s Chaplin and, of course, last year’s Captain America: Civil War.
In the past, the MY Cousin Vinny actress has made it clear that she has no intention of marrying. “I’m not that big a fan of marriage as an institution and I don’t know why women need to have children to be seen as complete human beings,” she told the Telegraph in 2009.
Coincidentally, Tomei recently played a married woman on the stage. She starred in Sarah Ruhl’s How to Transcend a Happy Marriage at the Lincoln Center theater in New York in February through May. When Vogue asked Tomei if she thought it was possibly to have a happy marriage, she said she wasn’t qualified to answer.
“Well, I’m not married, so I’m not qualified to speak to that,” she told Vogue.