Perhaps he decided that no child of his would lose their father to cancer.Unless either of the two feels compelled to share their thoughts, we will never know for sure. Officially they only cited irreconcilable differences. One partner wanting children and one not certainly qualifies as an irreconcilable difference.Michael lost his own father to cancer when he was only 11 years old, his father had just been 39, a year older than Michael was upon his own diagnosis.He had opened up about the fact that cancer had happened repeatedly in his family.Their divorce was finalized in December 2011 and the exes continued to work together on Dexter.And that is precisely what makes them so unique as an ex-couple.She said that the experience had brought them closer together as a couple, and for a while they seemed a happy and healthy couple.
Whilst they seemed happy and at ease with one another, they were affectionate but not overly intimate with each other.
“He is ready to lay it out there, ‘This is who I am, this is what I do and I suspect if you really challenge yourself, you agree with that.” Throughout the course of the show, Dexter has done in numerous offenders who, for the most part, deserved it.
So does that mean he should get the death penalty on Season 8?
“Going through that experience maybe helped me to feel closer to some of them.” For Hall, is a career-defining role, ironic that it should coincide with his life-threatening illness.
According to him, the key to getting through it was time off for treatment.