Actress Jane Lynch says she's “fine” being single.
Lynch, who is best known for playing Coach Sue Sylvester on the
musical-comedy Glee, filed for divorce from wife Dr. Lara
Embry in July.
The women separated in February and Lynch cited “irreconcilable
differences” in her divorce filing.
The couple married in a private ceremony in Sunderland,
Massachusetts in 2010, a year after they had met at a fundraiser held
in Embry's honor in San Francisco. Among those in the wedding party
was Embry's daughter, Haden.
The 53-year-old Lynch told Access
Hollywood that she is “not dating” anyone and that single
life is treating her “fine.”
“I should be dating,” she said. “I should … and I don't
want to do any of those things, so ...”
Lynch explained that the income from her “highest earning years”
will be divided in the divorce.
“[California] is a half and half state, as well as it should be,
so that's fine,” she said. “It's just money.”
She added that filming had begun on the Glee episode
dealing with the death of Finn Hudson, who was played by Cory
Monteith. Monteith died last month from an overdose of heroin and
alcohol at the age of 31.
“We're shooting right now and it's very sad and people are
crying a lot,” she said. “But, it's really cathartic and it's so
beautifully written. It's a beautiful episode.”