The Complete Timeline Of Andrew Garfield's Relationships

Andrew Garfield quickly climbed to the top of the Hollywood ladder after he starred in "The Social Network." The 2010 Facebook drama became a box office hit and earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor. After landing the coveted titular role of "The Amazing Spider-Man" in 2014, the Los Angeles-born star, who lived most of his life in Britain, became an indie and awards season darling. His performance in Mel Gibson's "Hacksaw Ridge," for instance, earned him an Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe win in 2017. Five years later he took home another Golden Globe for the musical "Tick, Tick ... BOOM!" for which he was also nominated for an Academy Award. It's safe to say his career isn't slowing down anytime soon.

With several box office hits to his name, fans inevitably want to learn more about Garfield, including his love life. The actor has remained relatively private about the people he dates, once sharing with Bustle, "I'm not in the public eye to a great degree because I've designed it that way for myself ... For my work, I'm fine with it, but otherwise, I fight for my right for a private, personal life." However, his enormous popularity means that a swarm of paparazzi have repeatedly snapped photos of him with several beautiful women over the years. 

Here is a complete timeline of Garfield's dating history which includes a British pop star, a stunning model, and one famous red-headed co-star. 

Shannon Woodward

Andrew Garfield started his career by appearing in a handful of British TV shows including "Doctor Who" and "Sugar Rush." After earning himself a BAFTA win for his performance in the 2007 juvenile detention drama, "Boy A," the actor's success gained momentum. He landed a role in director Robert Redford's 2007 crime drama "Lions for Lambs" in which he starred opposite acting greats Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep, and became a bonafide star seemingly overnight. His trajectory was phenomenal, but it may not have been good for his love life.

During his rise to fame, Garfield dated "Westworld" star, Shannon Woodward, for three years. In 2010, he told Parade that although his career was hot, Woodward was extremely supportive of his newfound fame. "I think my girlfriend is proud of me and the fact that I've remained grounded," he explained. "I think I'm just busier ... I haven't got as much time to mope about and complain that I'm bored. She travels with me when she's not working. Whenever we have time, we're together."

In 2011, the couple broke up with a source suggesting to US Weekly (via Digital Spy) that the two hadn't spoken in weeks prior to the split. Garfield's busy work schedule on "The Amazing Spider-Man" was rumored to be the main reason for the split, according to the outlet. However, his new girlfriend was seemingly just a web sling away. 

Emma Stone

It wasn't long after his breakup with Shannon Woodward that Andrew Garfield and his "Spider-Man" co-star Emma Stone were making headlines for being one of Hollywood's newest and cutest couples. In March 2012, their relationship seemed to be confirmed when photos circulated of them kissing in New York City, per Daily Mail. For the next few months, their red carpet chemistry kept tabloids busy and fans were ecstatic to see life imitating art between the man in the Spider-Man suit and his very own Gwen Stacy. 

That same year, Garfield gushed about Stone and their instant on-set connection to MTV News. "Obviously I was so happy when she got the role and decided to do it," he shared. "Those are the days I'd look forward to, you know? For [my character] Peter as well, because Peter goes through some horrible stuff in the movie. There's some joy to be had when experiencing his first love."

The couple called it quits in April 2015, per Us Weekly. Thankfully, they appeared to have ended things on good terms. In 2017, Garfield even told the "Little Gold Men" podcast, "We care about each other so much, and that's a given, that's kind of this unconditional thing. There's so much love between us and so much respect ... I'm her biggest fan as an artist." In 2020, Stone went on to marry Dave McCary, a former "Saturday Night Live" director, and a year later the couple welcomed a daughter together. 

Susie Abromeit and Rita Ora

In 2015, US Weekly reported that Emma Stone broke up with Andrew Garfield because of his dedication to preparing for his role in Martin Scorsese's "Silence." A source claimed to the outlet, "He'd been in a dark place for months." Still, he seemed to be back on form and back in the dating game when he was seen with actor Susie Abromeit in September 2018. 

The stars were spotted kissing in Malibu, California, and reportedly spent time together at Disneyland. Abromeit was a former tennis player who transitioned into acting, with notable credits including "Jessica Jones" and "Chicago Med." Their relationship was apparently short-lived with Radar reporting that it was over towards the end of the year. Around the same time, The Sun suggested that Garfield had already moved on to British songstress Rita Ora. 

However, their romance would also end just as soon as it began. In March 2019, the Mirror reported that the stars went their separate ways after a few short months together. Having mainly kept their romance under wraps, Ora cleverly dodged a question asking who her favorite Spider-Man actor was on SiriusXM's "The Morning Mash Up." With good humor, she responded, "You guys are really kicking ... I don't watch Spider-Man. That's my answer." As of this writing, Ora is dating New Zealand actor and director Taika Waititi. So maybe she's just more of a Thor fan?

Aisling Bea and Christine Gabel

Shortly after his split with Rita Ora, Andrew Garfield was seen attending a West London production of "Hamilton" with Irish comedy star Aisling Bea in March 2019, per the Mirror. A photo from a fan showed the two sitting in the audience with Garfield's arm wrapped around his rumored date. Bea is best known for creating and starring in her television series "This Way Up," which won a BAFTA award for Breakthrough Talent, and she also starred alongside Paul Rudd in the Netflix series "Living With Yourself." Before she was seen out with the actor, the comedian had previously dated actor Michael Sheen

Garfield and Bea's relationship was apparently short-lived because, in July 2019, Radar reported that the "Hacksaw Ridge" star had already moved on with model and med student Christine Gabel. The pair had done a good job in keeping their relationship away from tabloids and the paparazzi. However, sometime around August 2020 a source claimed to OK! that the actor was struggling to find romantic happiness. "He's grasping at straws and pursuing romances — like the one with Christine [Gabel] — that simply aren't right for him," the source reportedly told the outlet. He and Gabel would eventually fizzle out sometime before November 2021 when he would be attached to Sports Illustrated model Alyssa Miller, per People

Alyssa Miller

Andrew Garfield and Alyssa Miller were first spotted walking hand in hand in New York City in November 2021. The model was later seen that same night supporting the actor when he made an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" to dish on his latest film "Tick, Tick ... BOOM!" Miller has modeled for Sports Illustrated numerous times over the years and has one acting credit to her name having starred in "Entourage" in 2015. She also has a passion for singing and has shared videos on Instagram showcasing her talents. 

The relationship seemed to be the real deal as paparazzi were able to snag a photo of the two again in February 2022 after enjoying a tennis match in Malibu, California. That same month, Garfield and Miller took their relationship to the next level when they made their red carpet debut at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, wearing coordinating black suits. 

Just a month later and E! was reporting that the couple had broken up. However, it appeared that the two had potentially ended things on good terms when Miller took to Instagram to address the split. She shared a blurry selfie of her and Garfield and captioned it, "If you must gossip at least use a cute photo. Lol love you AG."