‘Super Size Me’ director Morgan Spurlock ‘settled all outstanding issues’ in divorce from third wife before his death

‘Super Size Me’ director Morgan Spurlock ‘settled all outstanding issues’ in divorce from third wife before his death

“Super Size Me” director Morgan Spurlock, who died Thursday evening from cancer-related complications, “amicably” settled his divorce from his third wife, Sara Bernstein, just three months before his death.

“It’s heartbreaking news. I know Morgan as a wonderful person to work for, very appreciative of his family, and devoted to the health and well-being of his children — in addition to being a great filmmaker,” Spurlock’s divorce attorney, Randi L. Karmel, said in a statement to Page Six Friday.

“The parties amicably settled all outstanding issues between them prior to his death. My thoughts are with Morgan’s family at this very difficult time.”

Morgan Spurlock “amicably” settled his divorce from Sara Bernstein just three months before his death. Penske Media via Getty Images “The parties amicably settled all outstanding issues between them prior to his death,” Spurlock’s divorce attorney, Randi L. Karmel, told Page Six. WireImage The pair tied the knot in 2016 and shared one son, Kallen. WireImage

Spurlock, who died at the age of 53, married Bernstein in 2016 just weeks before they welcomed their son, Kallen. Bernstein, who is also a documentarian, filed for divorce in March 2021, and they settled in February of this year.

Their divorce came several years after the “Rats” director confessed that he sexually harassed women and had been unfaithful to “every wife and girlfriend [he] ever had.”

In addition to 8-year-old Kallen, Spurlock was the father of 17-year-old Laken, whom he shared with his ex-wife Alexandra Jamieson.

Bernstein, who is also a successful documentarian, filed for divorce in 2021. Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly Her filing came years after Spurlock admitted to being unfaithful and sexually harassing women throughout his career. WireImage

He and Jamieson were married between 2006 and 2011 and she appeared alongside him in “Super Size Me,” during which he ate nothing but food from McDonald’s for 30 days and documented his physical and mental deterioration.

They also created a television show called “30 Days,” which followed their challenges as they lived on minimum wage for a month.

“It was hard on the relationship, not only are you going through a challenging experiment but you have to get up at 4:30 [in the morning] because the cameras are coming over,” Jamieson recalled during a 2013 interview for the Good Life Project.

Spurlock was also the father of 17-year-old Laken, whom he shared with his ex-wife Alexandra Jamieson. GEORGE FREY/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock They were married between 2006 and 2011. ZUMAPRESS.com

“It’s just a very unrealistic environment, in which to communicate and be intimate with somebody.”

Spurlock was originally married to Priscilla Sommer between 1996 and 2003. They did not share any offspring.

His brother, Craig Spurlock, said his death marked a “sad day” in a statement confirming the news on Friday.

Spurlock died Thursday evening from cancer-related complications. PAUL BUCK/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock He was 53 years old. ZUMAPRESS.com He was best known for his popular 2004 documentary, “Super Size Me.” ZUMAPRESS.com

“Morgan gave so much through his art, ideas and generosity,” he noted.

“Today the world has lost a true creative genius and a special man. I am so proud to have worked together with him.”

He is also survived by his parents, Ben and Phyllis Spurlock.