Tennis star Pam Shriver is taking a passing shot at her husband, former James Bond star George Lazenby. Shriver has filed for divorce this week in California citing "irreconcilable differences" and asking for full custody of the children, with supervised visits for Lazenby.
The couple, who were married six years ago, have three children: George Jr. who was born in 2004 and the twins, Kate and Sam, who were born in 2002. She is also the stepmother to Lazenby's older daughter, Melanie.
Shriver, 46, won 22 Grand Slam doubles titles, 20 with Martina Navratilova, and has worked as a tennis commentator for CBS, ABC, and other sports outlets since retiring. She has also mentored Venus Williams. She became a member of the Tennis Hall of Fame in 2002.
Lazenby, 68, is best known for staring in the Bond film "On Her Majesty's Secret Service," and was the first actor who wasn't British to play 007. Lazenby was born in Australia.
Both reside in California.