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They have been dating for over a year and a half.



And Hilary Swank stepped out to dinner Wednesday night with her hunk of a boyfriend Philip Schneider in Los Angeles.

The 43-year-old actress also brought her mother Judy Swank along for their outing to the California outpost of the London-born private members club SoHo House.

On the town: Hilary Swank stepped out to dinner Wednesday night with her hunk of a boyfriend Philip Schneider in Los Angeles

On the town: Hilary Swank stepped out to dinner Wednesday night with her hunk of a boyfriend Philip Schneider in Los Angeles

Hilary flashed a bit of cleavage in a V-neck floral sundress hemmed at mid-thigh, allowing her to show off her impressively trim legs.

When she first embarked on an acting career at 16, it was Judy who moved out with her to Los Angeles, where the pair at one point lived in a car.

Judy and Hilary’s father Stephen split up when their daughter was 15, and for a time Hilary was estranged from him, though they have since mended fences.

In fact, she largely withdrew from acting for three years starting in 2015 in order to move him into her house and tend to him after his lung transplant.

En famille: The 43-year-old actress also brought her mother Judy Swank along for their outing to the California outpost of the London-born private members club SoHo House

En famille: The 43-year-old actress also brought her mother Judy Swank along for their outing to the California outpost of the London-born private members club SoHo House

On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert this March, Hilary described her father’s procedure as ‘the hardest surgery a person can undergo.’

She recalled that ‘they’d given him, you know, a short time to live if he didn’t get a lung transplant. And thankfully, he got one, and he’s alive and thriving and well and I took, yeah, three years off to be with him and help him through that life journey.’

The Oscar winner was back in the saddle with this year’s season of Simon Beaufroy’s new anthology series Trust, which premiered on FX in March.

Trust recounts the story of the infamous 1973 abduction of John Paul Getty III, who was colloquially known as Paul and was played by Harris Dickinson.

Summertime chic: Hilary flashed a bit of cleavage in a V-neck floral sundress hemmed at mid-thigh, allowing her to show off her impressively trim legs

Summertime chic: Hilary flashed a bit of cleavage in a V-neck floral sundress hemmed at mid-thigh, allowing her to show off her impressively trim legs

Hilary played Paul’s mother Gail, while the legendary Donald Sutherland played his business mogul grandfather Jean Paul Getty, founder of the Getty Oil Company.

The tale of this much-covered kidnapping was recently retold in last year’s film All The Money In The World, directed by Ridley Scott.

Originally, the role of oil man J. Paul Getty was played in that film by Kevin Spacey – but after Kevin was accused of making a sexual advance on Anthony Rapp when the latter was 14, he was replaced by Christopher Plummer, who got an Oscar nod.

Hilary’s role, that of Paul’s mother Gail, was played by Michelle Williams, who has four Oscar nominations, though none for All The Money In The World.

Throwback: Hilary won her Oscar for Boy's Don't Cry, which premiered in 1999

Throwback: Hilary won her Oscar for Boy’s Don’t Cry, which premiered in 1999

The film found itself plunged into yet another scandal when it emerged that for the re-shoots required to substitute Christopher for Kevin, Michelle earned a mere $1,000 while her co-star Mark Wahlberg made $1.5 million.

This discrepancy became a pay gap controversy, intensified by the fact that Michelle and Mark happen to both be clients of the agency William Morris Endeavor.

Mark’s response to the furor was: ‘I 100 percent support the fight for fair pay and I’m donating the $1.5 million to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund in Michelle Williams’ name,’ as he said in a statement quoted in The Hollywood Reporter – and William Morris Endeavor threw in another half a million. 



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