‘Twin Peaks’ creator David Lynch’s wife, Emily Stofle, files for divorce after 14 years of marriage

Legendary filmmaker David Lynch and his longtime wife, Emily Stofle, are reportedly divorcing.

According to TMZ, Stofle, 45, is the one who requested the dissolution of the pair’s 14-year marriage and made several demands in her petition.

The outlet noted that the split does not seem all that amicable.

The actress asked the court to grant her sole legal and physical custody of the 11-year-old daughter she shares with the “Twin Peaks,” “Mulholland Drive” and “Blue Velvet” director, per TMZ.

However, Stofle is reportedly OK with Lynch, 77, having visitation rights.

Additionally, the outlet reported that Stofle wants Lynch to pay her spousal support and cover the cost of her attorneys’ fees.

They were married for 14 years. WireImage for Absurda
The actress reportedly asked for sole legal and physical custody of the estranged couple’s 11-year-old daughter. Getty Images

Reps for the stars did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

Stofle is Lynch’s fourth wife.


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He was previously married to Peggy Lynch from 1967 to 1974, Mary Fisk from 1977 to 1987 and Mary Sweeney from 2006 to 2007.

He tied the knot with Stofle — who appeared in his 2006 movie, “Inland Empire,” as well as the 2017 “Twin Peaks” TV series — in 2009.

Stofle is the legendary filmmaker’s fourth wife. AFP via Getty Images

David is also known for “The Elephant Man,” “Wild at Heart,” “Lost Highway” and “Dune.”

In addition to creating iconic movies, he’s worked as a painter, musician, photographer, author and designer.

He also has his own foundation.

Meanwhile, Stofle’s acting credits include “Ted Bundy” and “The Fourth Noble Truth.”