(June 30 to August 8, 2010) He acted in Martin Mc Donagh's play, "The Lieutenant of Inishmore," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
That, like I once heard Gene Hackman say, the acting police are going to burst in and take away my card.
The 31-year-old actor was joined by his girlfriend, model Dominique Piek, as they picked up a few groceries before heading home.
, and when he was asked about his relationship status, he confirmed that he was single.
Now, Chris Pine’s relationship history is pretty long and varied, but he’s always gravitated towards models, actresses, and drop-dead civilians.
He dated model Beau Garrett in 2009, Olivia Munn in 2009, Dominique Piek [another model] in 2011, someone named Iris Bjork Johannesdottir in 2013, and finally, was rumored to be in an on-again/off-again fling/relationship with Zoe Kravitz. People stop in the middle of the street to look at them. Well, they all have ties to the movie or modeling industry, in some way or another. Usually, actors and models tend to run in the same circle, and so it makes sense that they would mingle and hook up with each other.
Either way, sources tell us that while Chris Pine is technically ‘single’ right now, it won’t be that way for long.
The beautiful pair began dating in 2011, but the actor didn't debut the Sports Illustrated bikini girl until the Cannes Film Festival in May 2012.
It appears that after a few years, the duo has called it quites. She has been very busy with her modelling work and travelling. "Zoë has always been friends with her ex's, she's one of those girls that has a lot of guy friends," an insider recently shared with E! Star Trek Into Darkness actor Chris Pine has spit from model girlfriend Dominique Piek, according to Us Magazine.Kenneth Branagh is reportedly set to direct and star as the villain in the action thriller.10 pictures inside of Chris Pine and Dominique Piek at Gelson’s Supermarket…Speaking about his split from model Dominique Piek in 2013, he said: ''It's really hard in our business to maintain something.