Jane Krakowski does have a special someone after all: David Rockwell!
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt alum, 52, and the renowned architect, 64, are dating, PEOPLE can confirm. They have seemingly been together since at least March 2019, when they were photographed together at the Broadway opening of Kiss Me Kate. News of their relationship was first reported by Page Six.
A rep for Krakowski had no comment when reached by PEOPLE.
The news comes a week after a tabloid report surfaced linking the actress to MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell. But in a statement via her rep, Krakowski denied the rumor.
"Jane has never met Mr. Lindell. She is not and has never been in any relationship with him, romantic or otherwise," Krakowski's rep told PEOPLE.
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The rep further clarified that while Krakowski is not dating Lindell, she is in a relationship — with more than one high-profile star.
"She is, however, in full-fledged relationships with Brad Pitt, Regé-Jean Page and Kermit the Frog and welcomes any and all coverage on those," the rep joked.
Lindell — an ardent supporter of former President Donald Trump, who has faced backlash for echoing baseless claims that the election was stolen — also denied the report, telling PEOPLE it was a "bold-faced lie" and that he is single.
Krakowski previously dated Robert Godley from 2009-2013. The two share 9-year-old son Bennett.
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Rockwell, a New York City-based architect, founded Rockwell Group in 1984 after getting his education from Syracuse University and the Architectural Association in London.
He grew up surrounded by the theater and, according to his group's website, "is inspired not only by theater and public space, but also technology and finely wrought craft, to create a unique narrative for every project."
"Today, his work ranges from restaurants, hotels, airport terminals, and hospitals, to festivals, museum exhibitions and Broadway sets," according to the website.
Rockwell is also involved in several charities (like the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS [DIFFA], for which he serves as chair emeritus, and Citymeals on Wheels and New York Restoration Project) and has won several awards for his work including the Tony Award for best scenic design for the musical She Loves Me in 2016.
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