Krause, dated Milano for a short while only as the couple called it quits at the end of November 2001 after nearly dating for about a year.
Krause is now single whereas Milano is married to David Bugliari since 2009.
Due to budget restrictions in the eighth season (2005–06), he only appeared in the first 10 episodes and last two episodes.
After Charmed, he has appeared in made-for-TV-movies and TV shows such as Mad Men He lent his voice and image to portray a minor character (Clem Feeney) in the videogame L. Noire, and he appeared in the You Tube video series Chad Vader, in Season 4, Episode 4: "The Return of Brian" (uploaded Juy 10, 2012), as himself, a former employee of Empire Market.
He continued his education at Orange Coast College. Krause landed his first role in 1989 as a student in the TV series TV 101.
He then starred in the made-for-TV-movie Match Point, the CBS Schoolbreak Special "American Eyes", and An American Summer, before landing his first major role as Richard Lestrange in the film Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991).
It takes a huge commitment to keep one’s marriage functioning.
But these days, a lot of marriages are ending up in divorces, and it is a sad thing to see two people parting their ways who have once exchanged their vows to live their life together.
Actor Brian Krause also had to undergo the aftermaths of divorce but let’s find out how soon was he able to rebound.
Brian Krause who tied the knot with Beth Bruce in 1996, stayed in the marital bond for four years but, in the year 2000, the once happily married couple parted their ways.
Krause was born in El Toro, California to Alice and Jeff Krause the younger of their two children. He grew up in Southern California and took his first acting class at The Actors Workshop while in junior high.