but now, it appears Knight has reached a decision -- and he wants out.
after they co-starred on "The Surreal Life" together.
Perhaps it is the artificial set-up under which the two people involved have met; perhaps it’s the public scrutiny.
Whatever the reason, few relationships that begin on a reality TV show tend to last.
and landed that company's first million-dollar sales deal within his first 18 months on the job, for which he was named Employee of the Year.
In 1989, he was named Vice President of Design System Marketing and Sales at New Image Industry.
He is known for playing Peter Brady on the 1970s series The Brady Bunch.
He has since gone on to become a successful businessman and enjoyed a semi-resurgence in the public eye with television appearances in the 2000s. After the end of his Brady Bunch appearances, Knight's acting career consisted mostly of making guest appearances on other television shows (Happy Days, The Love Boat), and occasional film roles (Just You and Me, Kid, Curfew, Good Girls Don't, The Doom Generation, and Nowhere).
The news of the couple's split may not come as much of a surprise, however, considering Curry's interview on Howard Stern's radio show just a couple of weeks ago (she more than hinted at trouble in her marriage).
In 1991, he co-founded Visual Software, a pioneering 3D graphics company.
In 1995, he founded Kidwise Learningware, a company that manufactures interactive educational products.
"The decision was mutually reached after it became clear to both that some perspective was needed in order to assess their unique union.
Not unlike all marriages, work must be put in."And there was more."Obvious to both Knight and Curry was that their marriage would require more effort then a garden-variety relationship," Viardo went on.