Are ed westwick and jessica szohr dating

It's not hard to get jealous of these women that Ed Westwick has gone out with, so try your hardest to contain your envy.

Ed Westwick is currently dating Jessica Serfaty, a model.

Her first film was Uncle Nino (2003), playing a minor role as The MC.

She appeared in numerous guest teen television series such as That's So Raven, Drake & Josh, What I Like About You, and Joan of Arcadia.

A source told the New York Post newspaper: "They met in LA and spent July Fourth weekend together at a private party in New York".

The 26-year-old brunette and Jordy have also been spending time with 'Glee' star Dianna Agron and her new man Sebastian Stan, who is known for playing Carter Baizen in 'Gossip Girl'.

"Ed discovered that not only was Jessica seeing a close friend of his - he was told about it personally, by the guy - but that she was also seeing a few other men," says a source, who claims that Westwick cut off all communication with Szohr last week.

The 25-year-old Szohr apparently wasn't just gallivanting around NYC and L. while Ed, who's 22, filmed the upcoming "Chalet Girl" in Germany.

Jessica - who is set to star in teen comedy film 'Owned' - found her character having little screen time in the programme, which saw Vanessa go to study abroad.

Age: 32 Birthplace: Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, United States of America Profession: Model, Actor Credits: Gossip Girl, Two Night Stand, The Internship, Piranha 3D On September 24, 2008, Ed Westwick was photographed kissing Drew Barrymore at a Kings of Leon concert.

The former 'Gossip Girl' actress - who was previously in a relationship with her co-star Ed Westwick - has got together with the '40-Year-Old Virgin' actor Jordan 'Jordy' Masterson, and the pair spent the Independence Day celebrations partying in New York.

She gained recognition in 2007 with her breakthrough role as Vanessa Abrams on The CW's teen drama series Gossip Girl (2007–12).

Szohr made her debut as an actress in 2003 in an episode of the third season of My Wife and Kids, titled "Not So Hostile Takeover".