Brother of actor and musician/singer-songwriter, Zane Carney (guitarist for John Mayer) and musician/singer-songwriter, Paris Carney ("Astronaut", "Always The Quiet Ones").Brother-in-law of musician/composer/producer, Greg Garbowsky, bass player for The Jonas Brothers.She’s also been photographed backstage at the show.Reps for Carney and Greene didn’t get back to us last night.While it has been going on for a short time, it already appears pretty serious.“While Reeve and Jennifer broke up, they have continued to work together well and there doesn’t appear to be any animosity or bad blood.” Following our story about Damiano dating Carney, she told Broadway.com, “Unfortunately I have nothing to say about that … I’ve never been involved in something where people cared about my personal life and the gossip of it!
“Through the window, I saw a little black dog curled up in a cage, and he just looked at me,” Thomas says. Flash-forward a year or so, when Thomas found his “Corner of the Sky” — the demanding lead in “Pippin.” “I don’t think there’s anything he can’t do,” says Andrea Martin, his Tony-nominated co-star.Sources close to the new couple say Greene, who played Alice Cullen in the wildly popular film adaptations of Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight” novels, has been repeatedly spotted backstage with Carney, despite his recent romance with his onstage partner Damiano.We reported in June that Carney and his “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” leading lady Damiano, who play lovebirds Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson, were dating after working “12 hours a day” to retool the show.Inside, he played with the puppy, then went to Starbucks, where he tried to convince himself it was better to rescue a dog than to buy one. “I walked back to the store and said, ‘Porridge, his name is Porridge. “He’s got a beautiful voice and he knows how to deliver a joke.
He plays the piano and the guitar and dances, and he’s a great acrobat! “Sometimes I just take away his favorite toy,” says Thomas, who taught Porridge how to jump up and off things and sit raptly at attention.
We’ll keep exactly what the pooch does in “Pippin” a surprise — let’s just say the poodle-mix is one of the more outstanding animal acts on the Great White Way.