Olivia D’Abo, ‘Wonder Years’ star, splits from husband: See her now

Soraya Roberts
The Juice

Wonder what Olivia D'Abo has been up to since "The Wonder Years"?

The 43-year-old actress, who played Kevin's hippie sister, Karen, on the ABC sitcom from 1988 to 1993, is back in the spotlight after splitting with her husband, music producer Patrick Leonard.

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Although TMZ reports that the couple separated last August, Leonard did not file the divorce papers until last week in Los Angeles, citing irreconcilable differences. D'Abo wed the "Like a Prayer" hit-maker in 2002, nine years after "The Wonder Years" ended its run.

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After leaving the show, D'Abo spent the '90s taking small roles in major series like "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "Party of Five." In 2001, she starred as a recurring mystery woman in "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," but has otherwise focused on voice acting, appearing in a number of animated series, including "Justice League/Justice League Unlimited," "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," and "Green Lantern: First Flight."

At the same time, D'Abo has performed in a variety of plays, including "The Odd Couple" on Broadway in 2005 opposite Matthew Broderick, and "Cyrano de Bergerac" in Los Angeles in 2010. In 2011, she won a Broadway World Los Angeles Award for her role as a middle-aged landlady in "Entertaining Mr. Sloane."

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D'Abo is also an accomplished musician, singer, and songwriter, having mastered both the guitar and the piano. She released the album "Not TV" (produced by Leonard) in 2008, and performed a duet with Seal on "Broken," which appears in the 2006 film "Loving Anabelle."

As of fall 2012, D'Abo has reportedly been in Germany filming "Paganini: The Devil's Violinist," about the 19th-century Italian violinist.