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Calista Flockhart and Harrison Ford Marriage Profile


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Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart in Cannes, France on May 18, 2008.

Photo: Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images
After being together for more than eight years, Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart married one another in June 2010. Here is information about how Harrison and Calista met, their wedding, and more.


Harrison Ford: July 13, 1942 in Chicago, Illinois.

Calista Kay Flockhart: November 11, 1964 in Freeport, Illinois.

How Calista and Harrison Met:

Harrison and Calista met in 2002 at the Golden Globes. Harrison reportedly proposed in 2009 during Valentine's Day weekend.

Wedding Date:

Harrison and Calista were married on June 15, 2010 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Governor Bill Richardson was the officiant of their wedding ceremony that was held outdoors on the grounds of the governor's mansion. Their marriage was declared official by New Mexico's Chief Justice, Charles W. Daniels. Others present at their wedding were son Liam who was the ring bearer, the governor's wife Barbara Richardson, and the governor's official counsel.

Harrison reportedly wore Wrangler jeans and Calista wore a casual white sundress for their intimate wedding.


  • Benjamin Ford: Born abt. 1967. Benjamin is a chef. His mother is Mary Marquardt.
  • Willard Ford: Born in 1969. Willard is a history teacher. His mother is Mary Marquardt.
  • Malcolm Ford: Born in 1987. His mother is Melissa Mathison.
  • Georgia Ford: Born in 1991. Her mother is Melissa Mathison.
  • Liam Flockhart: Adopted in 2001.


Harrison: Actor, producer, master carpenter.

Calista: Actress.


  • Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Harrison has owned a 800-acre ranch since 1985. He built the home on the property himself.
  • Los Angeles, California:
Harrison: "I have what they refer to as a ranch. I have a piece of land in Jackson, Wyoming, that is largely forest rather than cleared for pasture. It's full of wildlife and streams and the like. It's on the Snake River and it's much the same as it was 150 years ago."
Source: Chrissy Iley. Keeping up with Indiana Jones." Guardian.co.uk. 4/27/2008.
Harrison: "It has a conservation easement on a good portion of it. I wanted to be steward of a piece of undisturbed land. It's my ambition to leave that behind ... There's a walk to the Snake River that branches off through the cottonwood forest. It crosses a couple of streams. I can make that walk in my mind with spectacular detail. [The property] is teeming with wildlife."
Source: David Hochman. "Harrison Ford interview: Ford in Focus." Rd.com.

Previous Marriages:

Harrison has two previous marriages:
  • Mary Marquardt: Depending on the source, Mary and Harrison met either in high school or at Ripon College in Wisconsin. Regardless of when they met, they married when they were both quite young on June 18, 1964. Their marriage ended in divorce in 1979.
Harrison about the end of his marriage to Mary: "The cinema separated us and I will never forgive it for that."
Source: Dominic Wills. "Harrison Ford Biography." TalkTalk.co.uk.
Chrissy Iley: "Mary Marquardt now suffers from MS. She doesn't believe that he was a bad husband. In a recent interview she talked about how Ford still more than provides for her financially. 'Harrison has been a true friend and a great love. He has stood by me quietly, asking for nothing in return, through my darkest days.'"
Source: Chrissy Iley. Keeping up with Indiana Jones." Guardian.co.uk. 4/27/2008.
  • Melissa Marie Mathison: Melissa, a screenwriter and producer, was born on June 3, 1950 in Los Angeles, California. After first meeting on the set of Apocalypse Now in 1976, Melissa and Harrison were married on March 14, 1983 in a short civil wedding ceremony at the Santa Monica Courthouse. After separating in October 2000, their expensive divorce was finalized on January 6, 2004.
Harrison: "It was just part of the continuum of the relationship. I don't know if I ever proposed to her ... There's no secret to our marriage other than that we really like each other," he told The Calgary Sun. "When there's a lack of trust and responsibility in a relationship, that's when strange things begin to go bump in the night."
Source: Anne-Marie O'Neill. "Going Solo." People Magazine. 11/20/2000.

Quotes About the Marriages of Harrison Ford:

Bernie Pollack: "They're [Harrison and Calista] both honest in their approach to life and to each other. This [marriage] will only enhance what they already had."
Source: Elizabeth Leonard. "Harrison Ford's Wedding Outfit? Wrangler Jeans." People.com. 6/23/2010.

Harrison: “On the weekends, I do whatever Calista and Liam want to do,” he says. “We’ll take a couple of hours on Sunday morning to go motorcycle riding or go for a hike. I just made a birdhouse with my son.”
Source: Jane Green. "Where I Find Peace." Parade.com. 1/10/2010.

Harrison: "Sometimes I think I have been a better actor than husband or father. I had to leave my family behind in order to make money for us to eat."
Source: Chrissy Iley. Keeping up with Indiana Jones." Guardian.co.uk. 4/27/2008.

Harrison: "I think there is only one appropriate answer and that is to be the person who loves the most. That gives you the greatest potential to be loved ... I don't fall in love easily but when I do, by God, I both have the need and expectation for it to be equal."
Source: Chrissy Iley. Keeping up with Indiana Jones." Guardian.co.uk. 4/27/2008.

Harrison: "I feel comfortable at home with my family, but it's on the set where I feel the most valued," he said two years ago. "I'm probably a better actor than I am a father or husband."
Source: Anne-Marie O'Neill. "Going Solo." People Magazine. 11/20/2000.

Carrie Fisher: "He's no picnic. I mean, as much as it might be the fantasy for a lot of people to be the wife of that, it's tricky. And it takes work."
Source: Anne-Marie O'Neill. "Going Solo." People Magazine. 11/20/2000.

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