They've also been seemingly inseparable in recent weeks between luxurious trips to the Bahamas and hangout sessions with A-Rod's sister, Susy Dunand.Now, now…we know what you're thinking, things are moving too fast, right? Lo is being measured about diving head first into another highly publicized relationship (despite what it may seem)."Jennifer likes the idea of dating a man closer to her age," the insider shared.Her father, Mark, owns an amusement company, and her mother Nancy works at a hospital. Her brother Pat goes to University of Tampa, and her sister Elizabeth graduated as an arts management major at Purchase College in May 2011.When she was nine years old, she began taking voice lessons and joined a children's theatre, The Random Farms Kids' Theater, playing parts such as Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz", the title role in Cinderella, Gertrude in Seussical and Marion Paroo in The Music Man.The mother of two has already let the MLB star into her life in many ways, and vice versa.And if there ever was a sign that the two are getting closer than ever behind the spotlight, it's how public they're being in, err, public.She appeared in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark on Broadway as Mary Jane Watson; the musical opened officially on June 14, 2011.
On December 10, 2006, at the age of 15, she joined the original cast of the musical Spring Awakening on Broadway as an ensemble member and understudy for the roles of Anna, Martha, Ilse and Thea. Damiano was originally hired also to understudy Lea Michele in the leading role of Wendla, but she was not legally able to cover the role because she was under 16 and the role requires brief nudity.So who has our lovely Once Upon A Time heroine connected with off-screen?Just like Ginnifer Goodwin (who plays Emma's mother Snow White and is welcoming her first child with husband Josh Dallas) Morrison has dated one of her co-stars on the ABC fantasy drama.Morrison and Sebastian Stan, who played Jeffrey the "Mad Hatter" on the show, dated in real life for about a year.Sources say that the two simply "grew apart," and, luckily for both of them, they didn't have to suffer through any awkward exes/co-star tensions due to Stan's limited role on the series.