Jennie Garth Bounces Back With New Man

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Just two months after her divorce from Peter Facinelli after 11 years of marriage, Jennie Garth appears to be bouncing back.

The actress was spotted walking hand-in- hand with a mystery man as they left the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood. Sources confirmed to People magazine that the mystery man is photographer Noah Abrams. The couple met through mutual friends and are casually dating, according to People.

Abrams' work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Sports Illustrated and Rolling Stone, according to his website. In his downtime he likes riding motorcycles and eating ice cream, his website says.

Facinelli filed for divorce March 28 citing "irreconcilable differences." The former couple has three daughters together and the family often called themselves the "Facinelli Five."

"I tried everything I could to save our marriage … I was very resistant. I didn't want it to happen," Garth, 40, told People magazine about the split.

Garth has slimmed down significantly since the split. The actress told In Touch magazine that fellow "Beverly Hills, 90210? alum Luke Perry has helped her cope with the divorce.

"Luke has been one of my friends who I can call and talk about stuff and has been through something himself," Garth told In Touch . Perry went through his own divorce in 2003.

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